First hint of ‘life after death’ in biggest ever scientific study

Not sure about the creator but as the body and mind are essentially energy it has always been my belief it goes somewhere. Only logical

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Southampton University scientists have found evidence that awareness can continue for at least several minutes after clinical death which was previously thought impossible – Death is a depressingly inevitable consequence of life, but now scientists believe they may have found some light at the end of the tunnel.

The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down completely.   It is a controversial subject which has, until recently, been treated with widespread scepticism. 

One man even recalled leaving his body entirely and watching his resuscitation from the corner of the room.   Despite being unconscious and ‘dead’ for three minutes, the 57-year-old social worker from Southampton, recounted the actions of the nursing staff in detail and described the sound of the machines.    (*Source: The Telegraph Sunday 07 June 2015)

Dr. David Wilde, a…

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5 comments

  1. mstoywhisperer · June 7, 2015

    I’m closing in on 500 also and live sharing my thoughts…looking forward to reading more of yours here.

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  2. robertmgoldstein · June 13, 2015

    excellent find…

    I’ve nominated you for the Creative Blogger Award. if you have an award free zone please accept this nomination as a statement of appreciation for your work.

    http://robertmgoldstein.com/2015/06/13/the-creative-blogger-award/

    RG

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