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Near Death Experiences: A Glimpse of Light (part two of two)

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Uploaded on Dec 29, 2011

By Amy Muzynoski. This starts with Colton Burko...I saw the angels there in death. Met his unborn sister there. Millions of these and they happen every day. Products of brain chemistry or spiritual. Cool video overlay with the dove and clouds. All the factors are summarized and occur across cultures. Live review, timelessness. Like the rotating clock. Lasting changes occur to the experiencers. The tunnel of darkness and the light at the end are nicely imaged. Out of body experiences come next, like taking off an old coat. Seems there is evidence of consciousness outside the body too...evidence is presented. Margaret comes next. Fascinating story...entered the great place of peace. Her deceased child addresses. She did not go to the light, but returned. The skeptics view is strongly presented. Susan Blackmore says it is a trick of the brain, occurring before or after consciousness due to the design of the eye. The brain is building a different view of itself. The problems with that come up critically. Another double overlay. Fighter pilot experiments mirror NDEs. But no life review, being of light nor changes in life values. Three psychological theories explain this perhaps. Depersonalization model is one. They will have an NDE if they are not in touch with their body. It is a defense mechanism. Another model: religious beliefs shape these experience. Problem here is, it occurs across cultures. It is perhaps a regression to one's own birth. The feelings of peace...dark tunnel and light, but how does one remember one's birth? Pam's story is next. Operation standstill: she was nearly frozen for the operation. Her eyes taped shut, ears filled with clicking, labeled dead. Still, a vivid NDE: the drill, the table, she remembered all of it. Even a conversation with the nurse and doctor. Doctor Spetzler says, impossible. She displays the classic stages of an NDE: relatives, beautiful light, deceased uncle tells her to go back. She didn't want to get back into her body, but uncle gave her a push. No breathing, heartbeat, brain function...all happening then, this NDE. Mind and brain are not the same. The mind is like the internet, transmission continues when the "brain is shut off". One has another TV set or laptop during the NDE, so to speak. All the benefits then are described, especially enhanced sense of love. The tycoon left money behind, apologized to workers and became a counselor. You exceeded the rubric! Super job! Only thing missing: sources for images and your original bibliography. Otherwise, I would've given it a ten percent extra credit rating...as is...an A grade at 200 points. Images are crisp and clear, never dull, and are vivid. Super! Nice transitions overall. Narration is clear and has the bright hall special effect. Nice cropping/panning Video 1: aurora borealis. Video 2 flatline screen. Video 3 endorphins.

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