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Submitted by SquishyGorilla 690d ago | news

'Light At The End Of The Tunnel' Explained. The Science Behind Near Death Experiences

NRM: "Many people claim to see a bright light at the end of a tunnel on their deathbeds. Those of us with religious beliefs see this as the light of heaven; but researchers have discovered new evidence that proves otherwise, claiming these visions may be caused by Electrical surges in the brain." (Culture)

Black-Helghast  +   690d ago | Funny
What if that light is the opening of another vagina?
adorie  +   690d ago
Mind freakin blown.
GenericNameHere  +   690d ago
You... Are a freaking genius O__O
DecoyOctopus  +   690d ago
Reincarnation confirmed
kingmushroom  +   690d ago
wow some guy went out giving disagrees, hopefully he docent reancarnate
SpringHeeledJack  +   690d ago
Misleading title since they do not claim to have solved why people have NDE's, it just a theory based on increased electrical activity in the brain which happens BEFORE death. NDE's take place after death not before and they can't bring the rats back and ask them if they had NDE.

Couple things that this theory fails is the fact people have NDE's with no brain activity a famous case being pam reynolds who even had her blood drained and eyes and ears taped up.

Second if increased electrical activity in the brain before death caused NDE's then everyone who died and got brough bk would be having a NDE which isn't the case.

I think more likely is these rodents was just very scared n stressed being poked n put to death.
r21  +   690d ago
Woah, they toyed around with death? Shit, i wonder how many animals died from this experiment.
johny5  +   689d ago
What if it's like Fists of the North star and the light you see is your soul becoming a star?
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