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December 15, 2005
Humor is really derived from quantum mechanical phase-space
Melvin Morse, MD, Pediatrics; Michael Sabom, MD, Cardiology; Peter Fenwick, MD, NeuroPsychiatry and Pim van Lommel, MD, Cardiology all have one thing in common. They're in pursuit of verifiable evidence of life after death. Dr Lommel, et al, stirred a bit of controversy back in 2001 when they were published in Lancet, Englands noted medical journal. The publication described near death experiances (NDE's) in survivors of cardiac arrest.
How far the study has gone and the answers so far are rather surprising. Dr Lommel provides an explanation for many of the questions at the website of International Association for Near-Death Studies.
I didn't get an opportunity to read the Lancet article, and just today found the above link. The nature of the discoveries seem to be of such importance that QuantumFog will comment on the results periodically.
Dr Morse's findings on the experience is available here.
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