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Have scientists just found signs of near-death experiences? | Latest English News | WION

Nov 2023 12

Scientists have now found ‘conscious-like’ activity in the brains of dying patients. This finding is likely to give us more insight into the process of death. The study has been published in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences.

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  1. #1

    Your voice os so irritating

  2. #2

    This doesn’t explain how they are some collaborative cases of people descriptions and events during out of body experiences? Also that 24% of people that experience NDE are during under anesthesia where there should be no localize memories whatsoever? There’s also cases of people experiencing NDE describing accurate, visual descriptions, while being blind all there lives according to research conducted under Dr. Kenneth Ring. Yes there is no empirical evidence that NDE are not hallucinations? But still there are scenarios that cannot be explained by modern day science? 0:10

  3. #3

    If its just brain and no GOD or spirit and the brain is just comforting you while you die
    If it had that much care and power
    Wouldnt it before you went out to do anything pre meditated that could hurt or kill you or others
    Wouldnt that same brain put you in such a good mood and state of mind that you would rethink it all

  4. #4

    But what about nde that werent on life support?

  5. #5

    Don't listen to this,look up Dr bruce greyson the world's leading nde expert a professor emeritus of psychiatry and noro behavioral sciences. Hes not religious and was raised as a materialistic scientist,but is not biased in his world view and just wants to go where the data leads and its promising.He created the greyson nde scale that all other scientists use to this day.They all look to him for secular knowledge.he already refuted everything in this video plus way more…..
    Dr bruce greyson–consiststencey and proposed explanations
    For near death experience's youtube.febuary 27th 2023

  6. #6

    I had a near death experience and it was the best experience of my life !! All I know is if my brain was dying how could it be that it in a instant back to normal I know that there is a God ❤

  7. #7

    Thanks sooooooooooo much!! This has been the MOST challenging research "project" of my "l-i-f-e" , and I look forward to continuing to learn more 🧘‍♀🌬⏳🪡🪟🌟🌌 1:31 (mwdrtwh)

  8. #8

    I found the meaning of life answer based on information from near death experiences.

  9. #9

    people do not like the truth so I better not try to expand it lol.

  10. #10

    funny like, thousands of years a go without experimental machines they already knew the answer's 🙂

  11. #11

    scientists to study pig-organ transplants in brain-dead
    people for longer periods
    extended studies could provide data for future research but raise ethical concerns because of delay in burial and closure

  12. #12

    Stem cell treatment for dementia clears major hurdle
    UCLA researchers have successfully – and reproducibly – created clinical-grade transplantable brain cells in the lab

  13. #13

    People who had near death experience mentioned about seeing a white light. I saw a bunch of stars. Maybe I was being pulled towards the Constellation which is mentioned in my Astrological birth star. The other explanation is a UFO.

  14. #14

    Those who do evil and corruption on Earth don't think that you can get away with it. A crooked justice system in a banana republic might save you but divine justice won't. Adolf Shitler learnt it the hard way.

  15. #15

    I had several near death experiences.

  16. #16

    World's first human head transplant successfully performed on a corpse, scientists say
    'A full head swap between brain dead organ donors is the next stage…. We stand on the brink of a revolution, not only in medicine but in human life'2017

  17. #17

    GOOD NEWS Published January 8, 2019 12:19pm EST
    Nebraska man says miraculous recovery after being declared brain dead is 'proof' of God

  18. #18

    Death is universal, but sometimes murky

  19. #19

    A radical procedure that involves replacing a patient's blood with cold salt water could retrieve people from the brink of death, says David Robson.
    “When you are at 10C, with no brain activity, no heartbeat, no blood – everyone would agree that you’re dead,” says Peter Rhee at the University of Arizona, Tucson. “But we can still bring you back.”

    Rhee isn’t exaggerating. With Samuel Tisherman, at the University of Maryland, College Park, he has shown that it’s possible to keep bodies in ‘suspended animation’ for hours at a time. The procedure, so far tested on animals, is about as radical as any medical procedure comes: it involves draining the body of its blood and cooling it more than 20C below normal body temperature.

    Once the injury is fixed, blood is pumped once again through the veins, and the body is slowly warmed back up. “As the blood is pumped in, the body turns pink right away,” says Rhee. At a certain temperature, the heart flickers into life of its own accord. “It’s quite curious, at 30C the heart will beat once, as if out of nowhere, then again – then as it gets even warmer it picks up all by itself.” Astonishingly, the animals in their experiments show very few ill-effects once they’ve woken up. “They’d be groggy for a little bit but back to normal the day after,” says Tisherman.

    Tisherman created headlines around the world earlier this year, when he announced that they were ready to begin human trials of the technique on gunshot victims in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The first patients will have been so badly wounded that their hearts have stopped beating, meaning that this is their last hope. “Cheating death with ‘suspended animation’” is how CNN put it; “Killing a patient to save his life” was the New York Times’ take.

    Hyped up

    The news coverage has sometimes offended Tisherman’s cautious sensibility. During our conversation, he comes across as a thoughtful, measured man, who is careful not to oversell his research. He is particularly wary of using the term ‘suspended animation’. “My concern isn’t that it’s inaccurate – it’s that when people think of the term, they think about space travellers being frozen and woken up on Jupiter, or Han Solo in Star Wars,” he says. “That doesn’t help, because it’s important for the public to know it’s not science fiction – it’s based on experimental work and is being studied in a disciplined manner, before we use it to stop people dying.” Rhee, who came to global attention after treating congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords after a shooting in 2011, tends to be bolder: he says he wouldn’t rule out longer-term suspended animation, in the distant future. “What we’re doing is beginning part of that experiment.”

  20. #20

    I really think you should stop messing with peoples brains like they are animals it is disgusting and will end up in tears.

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