I'll start it with an article (yes, I'm bored today and been reading much stuff in the internets), but don't feel limited to just discussing the article, feel free to share your own oppinions, you know, like philosophical existentialism and such. First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study It does mention that brain activity stops after 30 seconds of the hearth stopping, and that the patiens are apparently conscious of actual stuff happening around them. So, if it's just hallucinations, how come they happen 30 seconds after brain activity should have stopped and they describe the what happened during this time? Also, I know, lots of controversy, but at least it's not political controversy. You know, to change subject every once in a while.