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your brain stays alive long enough to know you’re dead

or obvious reasons, death and what happens after we die is largely a mystery to those of us still alive. However, we just learned something veryinteresting…and very creepy. As if the idea of dying wasn’t scary enough, scientists have discovered that your brain may continue to work after death.

No, you won’t be working on complicated math problems Read the whole article

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