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How come we don't exactly know what happens when we die?

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Submitted : 2018-03-20 19:08:27    Popularity:     

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Can't you stop a person's heart for a couple of mins, let them come back to life and tell the tale of what they say? There was a movie on this where they were purposely killing eachother for a short period of time to go into the afterlife.

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From the testimony of people who have had near death experiences, there is a SEQUENCE.

Those who have returned have never reached the end of the sequence.

The brain can't function without oxygen. A stopped hart means no circulation of blood, which means no oxygen can get to the brain.

The experiment of stopping people's hearts and Reviving them and asking them to tell you what they saw is not an accurate manner to determine what lies Beyond because as a person dies the brain releases a massive flood of neurons since they have no place to go they just go wild all over the place and you can hallucinate or see just about anything that you want to see in my case I was a person raised by Jehovah's Witnesses and I did not believe in the least in Hellfire but when I OD'd on crack cocaine and woke up and found myself in hell it wasn't something that I was imagining because that wasn't in my imagination to start with! However to determine who actually saw the Beyond and who didn't and just saw imagination well that's pretty much impossible to determine

You're talking about the movie Flatliners. Kind of a crap movie, IMO. I mean seriously, it's a hospital and they have like 3 light bulbs in the entire place!

We know what happens physiologically when we die, but nobody knows what the consciousness experiences after full and complete death. There are many people who have been dead for several minutes and then were revived, and have a great many stories of what they experienced with some similarities and some differences. Those experiences can be explained by a dying brain being deprived of oxygen, so even if those experiences do have something to do with an existence in another dimension or higher plane or whatever, it can't be reliably concluded that that's truly what happened.

Once the person is completely dead and there's no coming back, nobody knows what, if anything, is experienced because there is no coming back. If there is in fact an afterlife where the consciousness/soul continues to exist, think, remember, and interact with other dead people, there's no way for that consciousness to send a message back across that barrier from afterlife to regular life. And if there is in fact nothing and the consciousness simply ceases to exist, there's no consciousness left to even have a chance of sending that message back.

The way I look at it, it's all good. If there is some sort of afterlife where I can meet up with my dead loved ones and explore the universe or even make my own universe to explore, that'd be really cool. And if there is nothing but eternal nothingness because I cease to exist, I won't exist to care in the least or lament that I no longer exist.

Lights out. The end.

Because there is no way to control the experiment. What you suggest has occurred, though not intentionally. Scientists dismiss the reports provided by people who have been technically dead, saying that they are hallucinations produced by low oxygen to the brain and other causes.

When you are dead you are dead. It is absolute and total. There is no afterlife. Stopping people's hearts and restarting them again is an everyday occurrence for cardiac surgeons. If a person is resuscitated they were not dead. Once dead you remain dead. There is no coming back. Simply stopping a person's heart and then restarting in order to ask them what they experienced whilst the heart was stopped is not an experiment that would pass any ethics committee.

It is like asking a sedimentary rock what happens to it just because you know it is from a graveyard. Or asking a barrel of crude oil what it feels just because it consists of organic matter representing primitive life. Before you were born, you were not here. When you are asleep with no dreams, you do not remember about yourself. And in the same way, when you die, there is no way you will know what happens and you will never have anything that you have right now. See the book of Solomon, You come with nothing and taken nothing when you leave. Absolutely.

It doesn't answer any questions at all. People have their heart stop for a few minutes all the time but scientists say anything they see is just caused by oxygen shortage to the brain. It still doesn't prove anything. Either your a believer in the afterlife or your not.



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