Brain Waves Detected Up to 10 Minutes After the Time of Death - Daily Grail

File this under things that make you go "hmmmm"...Canadian researchers are studying "necroneuroscience," aka what happens to the brain at the time of death, and they've made an interesting discovery. In about 25% of human examples, brain wave activity continued for up to 10 minutes after the heart stopped beating. Interestingly, there were no instances of post-mortem bursts of brain wave activity as had been witnessed in previous studies on rats, leading to some speculation about NDEs. If you want to hear more about what goes on once our physical body shuts down, give a listen to Surviving Death – Ghost Brothers, with guest Leslie Kean, a journalist who has been investigating the afterlife and has authored the new book Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for an Afterlife. Greg Taylor previews the book at A New Book on Afterlife Research from Leslie Kean. (CM)

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