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Man Living With 90% of His Brain Missing Challenges Our Ideas of Consciousness and Life

Despite missing 90 percent of his brain, the man isn’t mentally disabled. The case has been puzzling scientists for nearly a decade. And though researchers found he had a low IQ of 75, he was working as a civil servant, and was also married with two children.

LIFE AFTER DEATH: Consciousness survives after physical organs stop functioning; study proves the mind does not die with the body

(NaturalNews) What happens to us after we die remains largely unknown; however, a growing body of research suggests that awareness may continue beyond clinical death, a medical term that no longer carries a black and white definition.

Pugnacious Parasites and the Provocation

Zen Gardner, April 7, 2016
Everyone knows the unscrupulously manipulative always accuse others of what they themselves are guilty of. It’s an age old trick to obfuscate the obvious and buy time to accomplish their purposes.

Telling family stories to coma patients helps them regain consciousness faster, study says

By Benson: (NaturalNews) There is a strikingly powerful and somewhat mysterious human and familial element involved in the healing process that is often ignored by modern medicine. This is clearly demonstrated in a new study published in the journal Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, which found that coma patients whose family members read them familiar stories while unconscious regained awareness significantly faster than patients who simply recovered on their own.

Brain scans show consciousness in vegetative patients

Researchers from the University of Liege, Belgium, have discovered that a high-tech brain scan may be able to predict which brain-injured patients who appear to be in a vegetative state have the best chance of eventually regaining consciousness, according to a study published in The Lancet on April 15.

Transhumanism comes face-to-face with religion

Transhumanism is a body of thought which Mike Adams discussed (actually, debunked) on Natural News Radio in the past year. It refers to technologies which radically change human beings' capabilities, including the notion of transfering a human being's mind from an organic substrate to a lengthened digital existence. Adams and Robert Scott Bell don't accept this. However, they felt that it was important for people to know about. Specifically, instead of constituting an "upload into immortality" of an actual person, transfering a human being's neural patterns onto a computer network only represents a simulation of the physical brain -- because the part of the person that is his or her non-physical consciousness and soul cannot be uploaded.