Study: Brain Is Still Active After Death

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Obviously, these experiences point to something that is irrelevant to claims about evolution. Source
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Is Life After Death Incompatible with Physics?

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In 2011, Sean Carroll wrote an essay on why — from a science perspective — our minds must be extinguished at death Source
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Does a New Scientific Study Offer Evidence of Life after Death?

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Maybe there is no evolutionary explanation. There is certainly no discernible natural-selection benefit. Source
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Can LSD Help Us Understand the Mind–Brain Relationship?

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Aldous Huxley noted that LSD “lowers the efficiency of the brain as an instrument for focusing the mind on the problems of life.” Source
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