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She wasn’t dead. At no point did she die. Clinical death is not dead dead, clinical death is just the doctors seeing vital signs too weak to register on the machines. That is when they put you on the machines that breath and pump your blood for you. she was experiencing serious trauma. She had a blockage of blood and air getting to her heart and brain.
originally posted by: Archivalist
I am amazed at the amount of discreditation being attempted in the thread.
Poor taste, mates. The lady was dead fellows. Of course the correct course of action is to make posts declaring her naivety.
You probably won't ever go to the moon. People don't automatically disbelieve Aldrin or Armstrong when they talk about their journey, and the place they went.
Well, either way, she has 27 minutes worth of discovery time, over you.
If you've never died, I have better reason to believe her firsthand anecdote, than anything your non-dead self has to tell me about it.
In the same realm of possibility acknowledgement of "we are living in a simulation".
Why could the very mechanism by which you experience the after life, eternal, NOT be the brain neuron errata discharge at the time of your death?
I stand by my statement, that you can't prove she's wrong, without killing yourself, killing your audience, or dying. If you want to maintain your stance, then please provide your own counter evidence. Good luck with that, though.
originally posted by: gortex
I guess Saint Peter must have had the day off.
I think existence beyond this realm is a possibility , not sure about Pearly Gates though.
originally posted by: Diaspar
a reply to: Archivalist
Is this case (and all NDE's) not the very definition of Unfalsifiable ?