Ghosts may be possible.
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So we've all heard of out of body experiences. Well, Neuro Surgeons had a patient who had a giant aneurism near her brain stem. They put her under, put on brain monitoring instruments, and started the surgery. Part way through the surgery she went complete Asystole, and her brain stopped functioning. She managed to come back, and what she said shocked many.

"I never saw the main surgery, but I can describe what he looked like in detail. I also never saw the surgery room, but I can describe the tools that were used. The bone saw looked like an electric toothbrush. I could recall what the surgeons were saying during the operation."

It was in fact confirmed that the conversations she heard were accurate, and the tools did look like what she described. She said that after her out of body experience, she began to go through a dark tunnel with a light. "Most likely DMT". Where she saw figures standing before her, and she heard her uncles voice. She said the place felt like pure, unconditional love with no rules.

Anyways, scientists have been debating something important that could change the very way we understand consciousness. The question is whether "mind" requires the brain, or if you can have "mind" without body. Scientifically, it is proposed that out of body experiences occur on the atomic level. Atoms can pass through anything, and they like to stay together. So when the brain "dies", it is possible that the atomic function of the brain simply travels outside of the head, allowing the person to have consciousness outside of their own body.
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So we've all heard of out of body experiences. Well, Neuro Surgeons had a patient who had a giant aneurism near her brain stem. They put her under, put on brain monitoring instruments, and started the surgery. Part way through the surgery she went complete Asystole, and her brain stopped functioning. She managed to come back, and what she said shocked many.

"I never saw the main surgery, but I can describe what he looked like in detail. I also never saw the surgery room, but I can describe the tools that were used. The bone saw looked like an electric toothbrush. I could recall what the surgeons were saying during the operation."

It was in fact confirmed that the conversations she heard were accurate, and the tools did look like what she described. She said that after her out of body experience, she began to go through a dark tunnel with a light. "Most likely DMT". Where she saw figures standing before her, and she heard her uncles voice. She said the place felt like pure, unconditional love with no rules.

Anyways, scientists have been debating something important that could change the very way we understand consciousness. The question is whether "mind" requires the brain, or if you can have "mind" without body. Scientifically, it is proposed that out of body experiences occur on the atomic level. Atoms can pass through anything, and they like to stay together. So when the brain "dies", it is possible that the atomic function of the brain simply travels outside of the head, allowing the person to have consciousness outside of their own body.


Hi there this thread has been created already ^.^ please continue there; thanks!
http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-1656/ghosts?pg=0
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