Dr. Sam Parnia is one the world's leading experts on near death experiences. He spends his time between UK hospitals and Cornell University, New York, where he is Fellow in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. He founded the Consciousness Research Group, and is chairman of the Horizon Research Foundation. He is constantly in demand as a speaker and has made numerous media appearances. His ground-breaking research was featured in the BBC 2 and Discovery documentary, "The Day I Died."
Engineer and rogue Egyptologist Robert Bauval discussed his extensive research on the mysteries of the Giza Pyramids, and ancient Egypt. First hour guest, expert on the scientific study of death, and near-death experiences, Dr. Sam Parnia, talked about the feasibility of head or brain transplants-- a recent press release cites a project in the works by an Italian neurosurgeon. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science related issues, Dr. Nick Begich, talked about HAARP and the various functions the program performs, including possible weather manipulation. In the latter half, expert on the scientific study of death, and near-death experiences, Dr Sam Parnia, discussed how contrary to popular belief, death is not a moment in time, but rather a process which can be interrupted well after it has begun. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Sam Parnia of the Weill Cornell Medical Center discussed the results of his studies of near-death experiences (NDEs), based on patients who went into cardiac arrest. About 10-20% of these patients reported having an NDE. ... More »Host: George Noory
British near-death expert, Dr. Sam Parnia, discussed his work as a critical-care physician and the NDE research that led him to write What Happens When We Die. As part of his study, Parnia examined the accounts of cardiac arrest patients who were brought back from clinical death. According to Parnia, between 10- and 20-percent of these patients claimed to have had near death experiences. ... More »Host: Art Bell