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it is very important to study economics in schools,so what are the importance of studying economics?
My grandmother, a very religious woman, swears that she wakes up at 4:48 a.m. whenever someone in our family has died. I didn't know if this was just a really big coincidence or if it has some sort of meaning.
Near death experiences are subject to a whole range of factors that are potentially hallucinogenic. and can create false memories. There hasn't been a great deal of research into the effects on the brain of various nearly fatal occurrences, but I think it should be apparent that brain function would not be anything like normal when death is imminent. Why then do people place such importance on accounts of various supernatural occurrences when death is near? Sure its a slight possibility, but the belief in this sort of thing seems awfully disproportionate as compared to other possibilities such as hallucination, false memories, dreams, simulated reality etc. Is there some fundamental need to believe that there is something? Is it so hard to believe that there is nothing after death?