Life After Death?
While the hope of an afterlife is a big part of most religious thinking in the world, science typically does not support these ideas.
But when science itself finds a way to support the post-death activities of the human body, it is hard not to take notice. As it turns out, the end is not actually the end — at least not immediately.
The death of brain cells can take up to hours according to Stony Brook researchers, closing out the death processes in the human body. In that period, folks are apparently made aware that they are dying.