On Fri, May 17, 2013  Roger Clough <rclo...@verizon.net> wrote:

> The documented fact that people have had "near death" experiences after
> death [...]

Huh? If its after death then they are not "nearly" dead they are completely
dead.  The fact that sometimes the brain generates hallucinations when it
is seriously deprived of oxygen has few philosophical implications. It's
the "near" part that makes this a bore, but if somebody were dead and
buried for 20 years and then came back and told us all what it was like,
well..., that would be interesting.

> This is also suggested by "out of the body" experiences

It's odd that, although it should be easy to show if it exists, it has
never been conclusively demonstrated that while "out of the body" anybody
has gained any information about anything that they did not already have
when they were in their body.

  John K Clark

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