posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 07:47 AM
Some of you may know that I am sometimes an annoying skeptic, not believing in anything paranormal, aliens or whatever people on ATS come up with. I
can't help it, my reasoning goes from different premises. But there is however one thing I cannot quite debunk in any way. That is NDE, which stands
for Near Death Experience. I can't help but to believe that something must exist because there is a massive amount of evidence for that.
The most interesting cases are those in which patient has been died in a surgery, and then revived back to life by doctors. Afterwise, those patients
have sometimes been able to tell exactly what the doctors did and how. Somehow, those patients managed to get free from their body and look at
themselves lying in bed, above themselves.
These kind of cases are extremely difficult to debunk, as some patients have even have their brains scanned while being revived - nothing shown in
brains while having that experience.
I don't claim to know what exactly there is waiting for us after dead, but there surely must be something, otherwise these kind of experiences
Now, I know there are some theories by skeptics about why these occur, but all of those are full of holes which can easily be used to debunk the
What's your thoughts on the subject? One good site is www.near-death.com...