dvk wrote:
"Tomorrow when you will create the Universe will they not call you the God!!??"

A rhetorical question asked '... by an idiot, full of sound and fury and signifying nothing': To quote Shakespeare.

The FalliableFiend:
A entity that is perfect, by definition, can not make a mistake. This isn't rocket science ... just simple Boolean logic. Even thousands of years ago this was well known and was the origin of artists intentionally making a mistake in their work so as not to anger a god by challenging his perfection.

You wrote the definition of life is that it can die. No doubt your carefully crafted analysis will now define death as the end of life. Thus giving the impression of intellect where there is, in fact, a vacuum.

The truth is that no one has ever, unambiguously, defined what life is and you are not first. Neither can you unambiguously define death.
DA Morgan