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People survive 100% of their near-death experiences. amirite?

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Ok go make some friends now, bud.

People can tell their age buy how many years they've been alive.

@Legendnoel77 People can tell their age buy how many years they've been alive.

Your weight is the force of your mass accelerating at 9.8m/s/s, but thankfully scales do all that math for you, make some assumptions about what planet you're on, cancels out some units and whatnot, and spits out a number that's suspiciously close to your mass, known as your weight.

No wonder that's confusing.

The leading cause of divorce is marriage.

Apartlavishnesss avatar Apartlavishness Yeah You Are +7Reply
@Apartlavishness The leading cause of divorce is marriage.

Some say birth is the leading cause of divorce.

Thatoneduderyans avatar Thatoneduderyan Yeah You Are +8Reply

A NDE is not quite the END. Thank God.

ChootEmChootEms avatar ChootEmChootEm Yeah You Are +7Reply

If a near-death experience cause a persistent problem that eventually claims your life, is it still a near-death experience or a death experience? For that matter is death an experience for the one who dies? It's really an experience for the people close to the deceased, thus it must be a near-death experience.

@Shiny244 If a near-death experience cause a persistent problem that eventually claims your life, is it still a near-death...

If a near-death experience cause a persistent problem that eventually claims your life, is it still a near-death experience or a death experience?

I think that depends on how we define experience, or an experience. It's a fairly big term on its own, my life can be a joyful experience, I can experience pain, love, hunger, prolonged or temporary. But I think, if the experience ultimately ends in death, it's a death experience.

For that matter is death an experience for the one who dies? It's really an experience for the people close to the deceased, thus it must be a near-death experience.

No. The person dies. The loved ones experience loss, loss caused by their loved ones experiencing death.

jodzdzownicas avatar jodzdzownica Yeah You Are +3Reply
@jodzdzownica If a near-death experience cause a persistent problem that eventually claims your life, is it still a near-death...

Does death count as an experience though? What really defines an experience? If an experience requires a memory of the event, then the deceased cannot experience death without the soul persisting. If the soul persists is the person truly dead? If the soul doesn't persist then the memory of said experience cannot be the deceased's. If it is remembered by others, then it should stand to reason that they experience death, although they do not die.

But 0% of their near near death experiences

Akhilmathew33s avatar Akhilmathew33 Yeah You Are +6Reply
@Akhilmathew33 But 0% of their near near death experiences

Or is what happens just before the near death experience the actual near near death experience?

jodzdzownicas avatar jodzdzownica Yeah You Are +2Reply

And they all die during their deaths. Strange, isn't it?

Nobody survives life.

Thee-Apple-Lords avatar Thee-Apple-Lord Yeah You Are +6Reply

Not if they get so near to death that they actually die.

88080808088s avatar 88080808088 Yeah You Are +6Reply
@88080808088 Not if they get so near to death that they actually die.

That would be a death experience, not near death

Densefevers avatar Densefever Yeah You Are +6Reply
@Densefever That would be a death experience, not near death

You could also just be near to the other side of death. -1 is as close to zero as 1 is.

The #1 cause of death is living.

Achilles982s avatar Achilles982 Yeah You Are +5Reply
@Achilles982 The #1 cause of death is living.

Wait no wouldnt the leading cause be dying? Living is the leading cause of being alive, not dying

fuisceges avatar fuiscege Yeah You Are +4Reply
@fuiscege Wait no wouldnt the leading cause be dying? Living is the leading cause of being alive, not dying

Can't die without being alive first. Meanwhile try dying when you're dead it's too late then.

There be 60 seconds passing every minute in Africa

Sometimes you get that "oh, an alternate universe me just died" feeling when you outmaneuver a crash or recover from a skid on a winding mountain road.

Lmao this one is good 😂😂😂

Densefevers avatar Densefever Yeah You Are +2Reply

If my aunt had balls she'd be my uncle.

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