Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Sam Parnia

Above is an article from The Guardian about Sam Parnia, critical care physician and director of resuscitation research at the Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York, however originally from Southampton, UK. He is recognized as an authority on the scientific study of death, the human mind–brain relationship, and near-death experience. He has written two books, What happens when we die (2005) and more recent from this year, Erasing Death: The science that is rewriting the boundaries between life and death. 

These ideas of changing life and death and the re writing is a touches on the concept of what I am doing, I am looking at history and seeing what people were like and recreating something of their past. 

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