First-Ever Scan of Dying Human Brain Raises Question About Life Flashing Before Our Eyes
"[The] brain may remain active and coordinated during and even after the transition to death and may even be programmed to orchestrate the whole ordeal", the study reads.
"Something we may learn from this research is that, although our loved ones have their eyes closed and are ready to leave us to rest, their brains may be replaying some of the nicest moments they experienced in their lives", he said.
Scientists note, however, that more studies are needed as the subject of their study was a man suffering from epilepsy. His brain had been damaged as a result of seizures and swelling, which complicate the interpretation of data.