- David Collett
- United Kingdom
Can you make a memory if your dead ?
Working in hospitals sadly some of our patients suffer cardiac arrests and pass away, others we manage to resuscitate.
Often people that we save tell us that they have glimpses of the other side or in fact they saw nothing at all. either way who knows if they are right ?
I would like to know / debate when in a situation like a cardiac arrest is it possible for your brain to create and store memories or is the inadequate blood flow and the primary brain function to restart the heart too much ?
so in a nut shell if people died and did see the other side (if there is one) could they possibly remember it ??