When your body dies, it’s like being dead.
When you’re awake, it seems like you’re alive.
But in reality, you’re in the twilight zone of life.
When the brain goes into sleep, it has no power to control your body.
But if the brain is not removed from your body and the brain can be returned to your body, the power of the brain and its ability to act will be returned.
The brain is part of the body, and it has a fundamental right to remain in the body that you are in.
In this video, Dr. David A. Shorrock of the University of Washington explains the brain’s role in the brain death process. [More]