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"Death is a time-dependent process," Noble remarked. "We have framed our discussion of death in reference to 'postmortem time' because on the one hand, there is no reason to suspect that minutes after an animal dies, gene transcription will abruptly stop."

"On the other hand," he added, "we know that within hours to days, the animal's body will eventually decompose by natural processes and gene transcription will end." The authors referred to the window of time between "death and the start of decomposition as the 'twilight of death' — when gene expression occurs, but not all of the cells are dead yet.
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http://www.seeker.com/life-continues-within-the-body-after-death-evidence-shows-2212720233.html
Rey wrote: "Death is a time-dependent process," Noble remarked. "We have framed our discussion of death in reference to 'postmortem time' because on the one hand, there is no reason to suspect that minutes after an animal dies, gene transcription will abruptly stop."

"On the other hand," he added, "we know that within hours to days, the animal's body will eventually decompose by natural processes and gene transcription will end." The authors referred to the window of time between "death and the start of decomposition as the 'twilight of death' — when gene expression occurs, but not all of the cells are dead yet.
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http://www.seeker.com/life-continues-within-the-body-after-death-evidence-shows-2212720233.html



Interesting excerpt - I'll need to get the time to read more of it.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.


In today's news:


Brain activity is recorded 10 MINUTES after patient dies in an ‘unexplained’ case

"Across the four patients, recordings of their brain were very different - suggesting we all experience death in unique ways.

The experiment raises difficult questions about when someone is dead and therefore when it is medically and ethically correct to use them for organ donation.

As many as a fifth of people who survive cardiac arrests report having had an other-worldly experience while being 'clinically' dead.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4292814/Could-life-death-Brain-activity-continues.html


Seems that this really shouldnt be too much of a surprise. Besides the famous Pam Reynolds case, there are so many cases of drowning children undergoing NDE then recovering ultimately fully after having been totally submerged in very cold water for 20 to even 30 minutes & beyond.

In those cases, low temperature seems to be the critical factor.
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