1/30 9:32 PM Hey Dude I posted that statement because 2/3 of the people that responded were the same people in another post (last week)regarding Lane, said he was a very good back because Alabama had offered him. Even rambling on about Nick Saban knows how to evaluate great running backs. The title of the post is Taylor-Levy-Bryant=true SEC caliber Running Backs. You should do your research next time before you start assessing a situation. Think about your comment. Did you ever stop and think if the post was a follow up to an earlier post? Come on man... Don't jump on the bandwagon with the rest of those fools. One thing about me is I back up everything I post with facts. I like the kid as a person all I am simply pointing out is he is overrated-period.
9/24 12:09 AM Response to the video you posted of people's experiences after death.
I actually saw it on TV.
Couple of ways to look at it:
I can concede that these people may have experienced something supernatural in their brief death. So, at most I can say that it is possible that you exist after death. But these experiences are all different and most importantly they're not mine. There's certainly no scientific research that affirms anything supernatural about them. So, I still don't have enough evidence to believe them and saying that "I don't know" what happens when you die continues to be the most honest response. If I DID experience something like this, perhaps I'd change my mind. But, until then...
I can also look at this from the medical perspective.
People experience ALL kinds of things with stimulation to the brain and when responding to injury. We can activate electrodes on the brain and make people see, feel, smell, and hear things, all while they're awake. People with damage to the brain and other severe injuries can have seemingly supernatural/out-of-body experiences from a combination of loss of blood and adrenaline and the body responding to a critical injury. Sometimes, damage to the brain can literally make someone a completely different person.
You can get similar effects when you take illicit drugs. Is that evidence of the supernatural?
Hell, you can have a severe cut and bleeding fast will give you that "warm" feeling some of these people describe.
Is that the supernatural?
Given everything we know, the most likely conclusion from these stories is that these people are experiencing natural things; the effects of the shutdown of vital organs and the effect on the brain as it fires off its last commands.