Probably a very stupid question, even may deserve to be downvoted, but I have always wondered: Hypothetically, let's say somehow tomorrow I die in an accident. Now lets say that after a long time (e.g. centillion of years) for one reason or another the cells that made up my body -right before I died- are part of a new body arranged exactly the same doing the exact same functions. My questions are:
1) It is possible? -Possible in the sense that atoms that are cremated tomorrow or ate by worms, can they go back to their previous chemical state?-
2) Am I the same person? Not philosophically, I mean are there in my brain the same synapses? or are other variables to take into account? (I guess this one is more about neurochemistry than chemistry)
Let's not discuss the likelihood of happening, at least not much, because time is infinite one can argue that it may be bound to happen. But time being infinite or not and related questions may be more of an cosmology issue.