On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 05:15:45PM -0400, John Mikes wrote:
> Russell: if I may I inject some remarks ([?])into your post-text
> John M
> >
> [?] Done on a LIVING person. Your "NDE" maye true, maybe not.
> >
> [?] and what on earth has that to do with NDE? Did th experimentor revive
> the dead patient after the test and ask what she felt? It's all conjecture.
> [?] JM

Relax, John. I'm using the term NDE in its conventional (loose) sense
of an experience reported by someone who has recovered after cardiac
arrest. That there is usually some oxygen deprivation in the brain
would probably have something to do with the experience.

At no stage would medical people say they've actually died (which
is defined by brain death). I think the assumption is that if someone
recovers after brain death is diagnosed, then the diagnosis must've been faulty.


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