Does this prove that NDEs are not caused by a malfunctioning brain deprived of oxygen?

Here is a rebuttal against the scientific theories, and it claims oxygen deprivation is impossible, as scholarly sources have shown that a brain deprived of oxygen has only small fragments of hallucinations which are frightening, and don't make sense at best, while NDEs make a whole lot of sense.

http://skeptiko.com/critique-of-skeptics-guide-249/

I would love your opinion on this.

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All known information debunks NDE as supernatural...and, the pathways are pretty well understood, as well as able to be simulated in laboratory conditions, etc.

:D

Its good you are keeping an open mind to the truth though, even if you ARE quite intrigued by the many attempts to convince you of the supernatural.

 

@TJ

That has to be the shortest post you ever typed...what's the matter?  Your fingers hurt? J/K :)

I had a sorta OBE one night, I felt I was floating in this darkness heading into this bright light.  At the last moment I jerked the wheel to the right and got back into my own lane thereby avoiding a head-on crash. doG works in mysterious ways.  I never broke doG's law about driving drunk again. Praise doG. :)

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