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The majority of people who recovered from coma did not report any experiences that occurred while they were in coma (clinically unresponsive, with absent or minimal brainstem reflexes, and with severely abnormal EEG). However, some people who had cardiac arrest or came very close to clinical death but were successfully revived reported later that they had ...


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The basic answer is that it depends on: training protocol (duration, frequency) modality (hearing, seeing, memorizing, attention, etc) individual variance (observable changes varies between individuals - some may not respond to the training) So it has to be determined individually for each task (not enough information provided in the original question). In ...


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This Book can help : Freud on Time and Timelessness by Kelly Noel-Smith A person who answer to this question must know much about theory of Time. Just in ontology of thermodynamical Time, there is a past, present, and future, and something which make difference between past and future is entropy, since universe expanding and hence entropy increase in future ...


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