Jimo Borjigin

University of Michigan

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Associate Professor of Physiology and Neurology at the University of Michigan

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The so-called "near death experience" is described by many survivors as a sensation of floating with visions of bright lights and a tunnel. Some call it a preview of the afterlife.

Can Brain Activity Explain Near-Death Experiences?

The so-called "near death experience" is described by many survivors as a sensation of floating with visions of bright lights and a tunnel. Some call it a preview of the afterlife.

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