New Research: Near-Death Experiences Are Real
According to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, there may be some actual scientific validity to so-called “near-death experiences.” By looking at lab-induced reactions in mice, the researchers found that even after the heart stops beating, the brain continues to function—at a higher level than its normal state. Up to 20 percent of people who have cardiac arrest report a similar, eerie experience that includes a heighten sense of perception and visions. The researchers say that the brain activity observed in mice show that the mind is functioning at an extremely high level in the moments after the heart stops …
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