GENETIC SHIT wrote:Dying is like sleeping forever. You lose conciousness.
But how do you know what sleeping forever is like? Apparently even people who have "dreamless sleep" don't actually have dreamless sleep they just have zero recollection of dreams which have absolutely occurred. There's actually no way of knowing that you haven't been aware for all of time lol or that TRUE loss of consciousness ever happens... Some people have out of body experiences which correlate to times of zero brain activity registering so that means that even if you are in a coma or in a state of mind far below general anaesthesia even it's still possible to be conscious.
If you've ever visited somebody in hospital who's in a coma, the medical staff tell you to talk to them because sometimes when people wake up they can recall all that was said to them. Also if you begin talking to someone in a medically induced coma when you first come in the room and you are close to them they start breathing heavier and their heart rate goes up, and sometimes tears form at their eyelids.
It's scary to consider that you might actually ALWAYS have anaesthesia awareness every single time you go under but just that 99.99999% of people forget it ever happened.