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A New Zealand denizen's intriguing (subjective) Near Death Experience,
(The NDE itself starts at part 5/10)

[Requires some time to view] Ian McCormack's tale[^]


* I don't know what's true BUT, some interesting facts about NDE: Memory of NDE experiences is an interesting scientific enigma - memory activity is believed possible of course only when there is brain activity.
However, NDE subjects who died in the hospital and who had no brain wave activity whatsoever, still report the same highly detailed experience.
Researches on NDE memory reveal that it is a different type of memory that does not fade with age. i.e. even babies who had an NDE at the age of 5 remember the experience in full details when they are 80 years old. This as opposed to regular memory which in the best case remains vaguely or partially across many years, and almost never in full details.
There are millions of NDE stories around world, cross cultures, cross civilizations, cross religion (even including atheists like the above story), cross languages, continents, they all have very similar stories.

It is a paradox that paradoxes would actually exist in reality.
That means of course that they don't exist.
However, they do!


(Edo)dx = Tzumer
k(this.Kid)k = this.

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