Study: Brain Is Still Active After Death

brain, consciousness, cosmic fine-tuning, CPR, Dartmouth College, Durham University, Elsevier, hospitals, Langone Medical Center, Marcelo Gleiser, Medicine, near-death experiences, Neuroscience & Mind, NYU, oxygen deprivation, persistent vegetative state, Philip Goff, Rachel Nuwer, researchers, Resuscitation (journal), Sam Parnia, Scientific American, wrongthink
Obviously, these experiences point to something that is irrelevant to claims about evolution. Source
Read More

Does a New Scientific Study Offer Evidence of Life after Death?

brain activity, consciousness, CPR, death, Evolution, faith, Faith & Science, Grossman School of Medicine, heart, life after death, materialism, Medicine, memory retrieval, natural selection, near-death experiences, neonatal intensive care, New York University, perception, physicians, Sam Parnia, theology, thinking
Maybe there is no evolutionary explanation. There is certainly no discernible natural-selection benefit. Source
Read More