The question has been made of the philosophical or religious philosophy but science has never been answered before. What happens in our minds at the time of death? The seals have been designed to record the "dead" of the dead are the EMI (immediate deaths), but the dead and the "living" are two different ways.
That's why Professor of Experimental Neurology at the Berlin Charity University, Jens Dreier and her team have been experimenting with the study published in the Annals of Neurology.
Neuf patients entrusted to the hospitals suite of cerebrospinal injuries, making the object of a neurological neurological monitoring, plus the accuracy of simple electrochemistry. The teams have just gotten into the passage of the lifestyle.
According to the results of the experiment, the difference between 2 and 5 minutes after ischemia, when the organs (the cats) are more nutritious. It is a very common one for a few minutes and it is termed by a "fault of depolarization" that "does" the neurones. At the time of Islam, the neurons have been using a "wild" mode to save the energy that their residuals have left behind and rises more than a few minutes.
But at the same time, the one of the neurones "crackers" and is depolarized. The largard has its glutamate stock, a neurotransmitter of the exciter of the cervix, which eliminates a reaction of chains that propagate to all neurons. The death is transformed into a "final bouquet" of excitement before the extinction. A reaction that provides an explanation of hallucinations and different illumination lenses gives patients the benefits of EMI experience.