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Study: '1 in 10 have had a near-death experience'


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Makes sense. I was "dead" once for a few minutes and didn't have an NDE. So, either I'm going to hell for being a thoughtful and caring atheist or there's another explanation for them that's far more "natural"

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  • The title was changed to Study: '1 in 10 have had a near-death experience'

I've thought for a long time that NDE's are essentially dreams. I'm glad a recent link to REM sleep seems to validate my opinion.
It makes sense for a brain to 'shut down' in this way.

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It will be interesting, when the times comes where they can bring cryo preserved heads back to life, to hear if their NDE's continued after freezing...

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10 minutes ago, sci-nerd said:

It will be interesting, when the times comes where they can bring cryo preserved heads back to life, to hear if their NDE's continued after freezing...

Just a persistent never ending tunnel of light surround by dead people and pets?

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3 minutes ago, Robotic Jew said:

Just a persistent never ending tunnel of light surround by dead people and pets?

A never ending tunnel sounds 'boring' :D

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I know hundreds of people.  I don't know anyone who has had a NDE, let alone dozens ......  

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My mom got the DNE tunnel stuff once, when the hospital messed up with drugs while doing surgery on her leg.

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