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Scan Of The Brain During Death

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Scan Of The Brain During Death

Postby BrandedBrain » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:17 am

In this advanced technological age in which we are bred, there is clear evidence for accurate scanning machines that have the capability of neuronal & chemical imaging. (PET Scans etc.)

Why is it then that there is hardly any evidence available for the certain electrical & chemical processes that occur at death. (DMT) ("My whole life flashed before my eyes" - indicating either A) a comprehensive engagement of ones complete memory. B) The life that flashes before my eyes happens once, and it is lifetime itself, pun)

Might it be so that this information is being concealed from us for a certain element of surprise?




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Postby Darby » Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:01 pm

Explain how you would set up such a scan. You can't just put someone into a PET scanner and leave them for hours or days...or just kill them once they're in there...
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Re: Scan Of The Brain During Death

Postby david23 » Thu Aug 09, 2012 6:20 pm

"clear evidence for accurate scanning machines that have the capability of neuronal & chemical imaging"
no, not really, we dont have anything "ADVANCED" for "neuronal & chemical imaging" whatever that means.

"My whole life flashed before my eyes" what does that even mean, explain it to us please.

"Might it be so that this information is being concealed from us for a certain element of surprise?"

Why do you talk like this
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