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We suggest that OBE and AS are related to a failure to integrate proprioceptive, tactile and visual information with respect to one’s own body (disintegration in personal space) and by a vestibular dysfunction leading to an additional disintegration between personal (vestibular) space and extrapersonal (visual) space. We argue that both disintegrations (personal; personal–extrapersonal) are necessary for the occurrence of OBE and AS, and that they are due to a paroxysmal cerebral dysfunction of the TPJ in a state of partially and briefly impaired consciousness.
During his career, Dr. MuShik Jhon has received upwards of 30 honors and awards, including the Grand Science Award and the Presidential Award of Science (the highest scientific award in Korea).
Firstly, the understanding of Kirlian Photography that is presented is bad science and I will tell you why... it only describes how they DISproved it, in very specific circumstances. There are other forms of Kirlian Photography which do not use the same techniques, and aural photography doesn't necessarily rely upon the Kirlian technique.
When science actively seeks to DISPROVE something, rather than test the validity of it, it has an agenda... and agenda's often mean lies and obfuscation.
Secondly... the same problem with your OOBE phenomenon. I said NDE... and there is a field of NDE studies that specifically covers total brain death. Meaning that the brain is not FUNCTIONING at the time some people claim to be having the experience. No neurons firing, etc.
Instead, the EEG picks up synchronization of neurons, which produces a greater voltage than the firing of an individual neuron.
As for the weight differential in post-death... there was a study done in the last few years which weighed people as they were dying and found there to be a weight difference. Now, If I was doing a study, I would actually account for an error ratio which would entail such escaping of gasses and such... whether the study mentioned does that or not I am uncertain.
Abstract This paper attempts to show that the sequence of a typical near death experience (NDE) is predictable and reproducible, enough to suggest that the NDE is a symptom of a specific altered mental state seen in a large number of medical and surgical conditions. I attempt to explain on an anatomical, physiologic, and psychological basis how NDEs might be caused, and suggest that NDEs might even be the basis of religion.
I also describe an NDE of a 38-year-old insulin-dependent diabetic who developed hypoglycemia secondary to a lack of caloric intake to support her daily insulin usage. She did not appear to be life-threatened from a cardiovascular standpoint. During the hypoglycemic spell, the patient appeared to be in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Following resuscitation with an intravenous injection of dextrose, the patient returned to a normal mental status, but recounted a typical NDE.
Processed water with health claims
There is an increasing market in bottled water and domestic water processing equipment claiming that the water has considerable health benefits varying from more rapid hydration to cures for AIDS and cancer. Generally there are no proper scientific trials to prove these claims, only isolated testimonial evidence. Oxygenated drinks have been proposed to improve the immune status. However, a randomized blinded clinical study , although showing a transient moderate increase in oxygen radicals (using 6 mM O2) and signs of activation of the immune response, was not conclusive.
One factor often used to promote these ‘health’ waters is supposed greater cellular hydration or ease of hydration. It is unclear whether increased cell hydration is actually health-promoting. A recent paper has argued that this may be a determining factor in the initiation of cancer . It has been found that cancer cells do have greater water with increased fluidity but the cause and effect relationship (i.e. whether increased cellular hydration initiates cancer or cancer initiates high cellular hydration) has not yet been established.
In the light of the increased promotion of 'special' water preparations, it is important to take notice that there are definite and proven health benefits from simply drinking more water and from changing fluid intakes from coffee, tea, alcohol, and hypertonic soft drinks to mineral or tap water . That cup of coffee first thing in the morning is best, perhaps, replaced by a glass of water in order to reduce the higher risk of heart attacks at this time of day.
also one other thing, the water wasnt special nor did i ever say it was, i merely stated water could take different structural forms. further more i dont believe i garenteed that this water would make you healthier because in reality i didnt believe it was fact either. i did believe it could be possible, but i didnt believe that the fact water could take structure directly connects to a positive effect on our bodies.
edit: o and also the point. it was first to show you that water has structure and the possibility of vibrations a.k.a. energy, causing different structures depending on the type of vibration. second was to show you the possibility that certian types of vibrations may have a connection with organization in structures, which in a sense cause different patterns.