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According to an August 12 news release from the University of Michigan Health System, a recent animal study conducted by university researchers shows that after clinical death has been declared, there is a high level of electrical activity in the brain. The presence of this activity in the brain may provide a scientific explanation for near-death experiences reported worldwide by cardiac arrest survivors. As to whether and how the dying brain is capable of creating conscious activity has been a hot-button issue among the scientific community, the UM researchers embarked on a study of the phenomenon using rats.
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