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Hypothetically even if they were able to replicate a near death experience, I don't think that would prove that the NDE is a purely physiological experience. All it would show is that the trigger for these experiences is physical, but we already knew that, as death itself is a physical change. It wouldn't actually prove or disprove the validity of the experience itself.
This is why I tend to laugh when a materialist tries to make their case that the NDE isn't real because certain aspects of that NDE can be replicated by something other than death.
Exsqueeze me. . . I've said this same basic thing as have countless mystics over the eons (though they may not have understood it all "exactly" as we do today). There is however a reason why so much surrounding OBE type scenarios follow similar patterns time and again. It's a 10,000+ year old human tradition.
Scientific Evidence Supporting Near-Death Experiences and the Afterlife
"Index of Scientific Evidence Supporting NDEs and the Afterlifele," containing 52 pieces of evidence linked to source material for each one listed.
http://debunkingdeath.blogspot.com/2014 ... -near.html
NDEs have a lot more subtle elements than many people think. They include the not ready message, shown predictions of the future, shown a chronological life review that starts at birth, life changing effects(the problem that most explanations don't work against), xenoglossy, . If you want to test, for example, "lack of oxygen", you should put a control group of people without oxygen and put an experimental group of people with actual NDEs. Make sure that the people do not know anything about NDEs. Afterhand, check on the effects of both groups.
More evidence is here: http://www.near-death.com/science/research/science.html and here: http://www.near-death.com/science/evidence.html
I doubt that people who say that experts on quantum physics say that this is purely a woo know much about quantum physics themselves. Furthermore, they are making that claim without evidence in first place.
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