Forum Info

Joined:
2017-08-15
Status:
(Hidden)
Last Visit:
(Hidden)
Time Spent Online:
(Hidden)

Additional Info

Total Posts:
2,429 (0.96 posts per day | 4.44 percent of total posts) [Find All Posts]
Total Threads:
11 (0 threads per day | 0.25 percent of total threads) [Find All Threads]
Members Referred:
0
tim's Most Liked Post
Post Subject Post Date/Time Numbers of Likes
RE: Latest from Dr Sam Parnia 2017-11-02, 07:41 PM 15
Thread Subject Forum Name
Latest from Dr Sam Parnia Extended Consciousness Phenomena
Near-Death Experiences (NDEs)
Post Message
An article from Healthline. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/we-may-still-be-conscious-after-we-die (https://www.healthline.com/health-news/we-may-still-be-conscious-after-we-die) Quote: -- “Death has always been defined by when the heart stops beating, because what happens when the heart stops beating is that there’s no blood getting around the body, so almost immediately a person stops breathing and their brain shuts down and becomes non functional,” Dr. Sam Parnia, co-author of a recent study of life after death by a team at the NYU Langone School of Medicine, told Healthline. “This is clinically referred to as cardiac arrest.” Parnia explains that when a person is resuscitated with CPR, the brain only gets about 15 percent of the blood that normally circulates to it. “This isn’t enough to reactivate the brain, so the brain by in large remains flat and doesn’t function during CPR,” said Parnia. “As soon as the heart stops, you not only lose consciousness and your brain stem reflexes are all gone, but also the electricity that your brain creates slows down immediately, and within about 2 to 20 seconds it completely flatlines.” Up until Parnia’s current research, it’s been thought that when a person flatlines, they must be unconscious because no brain waves are detected. However, he’s challenging this notion. “We think of death as a finite time,” Parnia said. “But science has come to understand that after a person has died, the cells inside the body start to undergo a process of death themselves, which takes a number of hours after the person is dead.” --

tim's Received and Given Likes
  Likes Received Likes Given
Last week 1 0
Last month 2 0
Last 3 months 3 0
Last 6 months 70 29
Last 12 months 277 169
All Time 5923 5025
 
Most liked by
Typoz 761 13%
Ninshub 723 12%
Sciborg_S_Patel 517 9%
Obiwan 457 8%
Doug 360 6%
 
Most liked
Typoz 762 15%
Ninshub 602 12%
Sciborg_S_Patel 555 11%
Kamarling 362 7%
Laird 352 7%

Ratings

Here's what users think of tim

Signature

Contact