I was thinking (as I tend to do) about arguments made against NDEs happening outside the brain. It occurs to me that if one in particular turns out to be right-- that the experience really transpires in the moments after successful resuscitation when the brain comes back online-- isn't there a significant scientific implication there we're all somehow missing? If I have an NDE, and to me the experience takes place over 10,000 years, but in the hospital room only unfolds over a few minutes, does that not say something about the nature of time, or our perception of time? Couldn't scientists try to reproduce that effect so that whenever we want, a few minutes can feel like a few years? That great date you're on lasts longer; you have more time to read and study; you get to notice the music of a symphony concert in more detail; love-making-- anyway, you know what I mean. What do y'all think?