Report: “After You Die Your Brain Knows You’re Dead”

After you die, your brain knows you’re dead, terrifying study reveals 

Have you ever wondered what happens when you die?

You’ve probably heard about how those who have died and come back to life say they saw light at the end of a tunnel.

Or that they floated above their bodies, watching as doctors frantically worked to keep them alive.

But until now, it was not known if the mind kept working after the body died.

Just like the remake of the ’90s cult horror “Flatliners,” starring Ellen Page, scientists have discovered that a person’s consciousness continues to work after they have died.

In the film, a group of young doctors conducts a dangerous experiment to see what happens in the afterlife by taking turns stopping their hearts. (story continued below)


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…Dr. Sam Parnia and her team from New York University Langone School of Medicine had the same question.

They set out to find the answer in a much less dangerous fashion, looking at studies in Europe and the US on people who have suffered cardiac arrest and “come back to life.”

“They’ll describe watching doctors and nurses working and they’ll describe having awareness of full conversations, of visual things that were going on, that would otherwise not be known to them,” Parnia told Live Science.

Their recollections were also verified by medical staff who reported their patients could remember the details.

…Parnia and his colleagues are also observing how the brain reacts during a cardiac arrest to determine how much of these experiences relate to brain activity.

“At the same time, we also study the human mind and consciousness in the context of death, to understand whether consciousness becomes annihilated or whether it continues after you’ve died for some period of time — and how that relates to what’s happening inside the brain in real time,” he said.


Full report HERE via The Post.