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|Subject: Re: Hey, Art. NASA picture of day for you.||Date: 12/17/2007 7:55 PM|
|Author: ariechert||Number: 10607 of 90096|
Can't argue with that. When the brain is starved of oxygen, and starts dying from front to back, the last thing people experience is visions of bright, calming light. Happens to test pilots and others, too.
But a feeling is different from a fact. For instance, if these people had in fact been floating above themselves, they would have noticed signage and lights placed for their benefit.
Nobody ever has. Nobody ever has. COJones100
Pelotas, your post has absolutely nothing to do with why it is that people who have NDE's come back and make statements that parallel the holographic universe. They corroborate one another.
Near Death Experience: A Holographic Explanation (Paperback)
by Oswald G., Ph.d. Harding (Author)
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