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What Science says about what we feel at the moment of death



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Oh, life! You are born, you grow up, you fall in love with someone (or something), maybe you father other people, and before you know it, it’s time for the next part: death. The inevitable disappearance of our being.

There are a huge variety of ways you can die. The most common are heart disease or cancer, but there are, for example. 600 people die each year from erotic asphyxiation.

Regardless of how it happens, it is certain that at some point you will experience clinical death—when breathing and blood flow stop.

For most people, death is not completely instantaneous. What does modern science know about our experience in these final moments?

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