posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 10:56 AM
How does your brain which has no activity (EEG), your heart which isn't beating (no blood), nor your lungs breathing (no oxygen) is able to experience
this "'___' trip" in full? Isn't the common scientific belief that the brain holds consciousness? So how does a molecule that sets into a receptor
site work if the apparatus is disconnected so to speak? Wouldn’t the brain need to be functioning for it to work? And wouldn’t once the brain
“dies” would also the effect of this chemical also no longer work?
And how would one account for some NDE's experiencers being able to recall, after the fact, details that were happening at that moment (after being
declared dead) outside of your viewpoint and vision which were then confirmed by others? The "'___' is giving the brain happy chemicals to make death
easier" theory does not hold up to many unexplainable events that has happened and will continue to happen after regardless of our desperation to
explain it away through materialistic realism.
If that were the case then wouldn't scientists or your typical mind explorer be able to mimic the effect by taking large amounts of '___'? And what is
'___' anyway? Why is it so life changing and why do people feel that it is something very real, possibly real-er than everyday experience and why is
it of such necessity for governments all over the world to ban it's use? These are questions that need real answers.
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