what if.... . I H -u your entire life over. ina. I don't think someone who gets a .50 cal bullet to the brain has 7 minutes of activity left. Not trying to be a gun nut at all(I don't even own a gun), just the what if I H -u your entire life over ina don't think someone who gets a 50 cal bullet to the brain has 7 minutes of activity left Not trying be gun nut at all(I even own gun) just
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - hektoroftroy
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So, i should really be saying YOLT not YOLO
#8 to #2 - pebar
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great movie
User avatar #3 to #2 - fuckoatmeal [OP]
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Maybe you live infinitely and each time the 7 minutes end and you die again it starts another 7 minutes...
#4 to #3 - hektoroftroy
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#31 to #3 - zerodim
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#33 to #3 - peanutmonkey
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You mean like a dream...   
 within a dream?
You mean like a dream...
within a dream?
#52 to #33 - pootismang
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#26 - samxdaxman
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I don't think someone who gets a .50 cal bullet to the brain has 7 minutes of activity left. Not trying to be a gun nut at all(I don't even own a gun), just the only example I can think of.
User avatar #56 to #26 - hektoroftroy
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this is my favorite reaction image and I use it as often as I can. Glad to see it spreading
#10 - punorcib
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Well this guys brain aint gonna be doin' much after death that's for ******* sure.
Well this guys brain aint gonna be doin' much after death that's for ******* sure.
#28 - jakeattack
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citation needed
User avatar #50 to #28 - brettyoke
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Not sure if totally scientifically accurate but I've seen explanations that it's caused by the mass release of REM by your brain. In small amounts, REM produces dreams, and the release of most or all of your remaining REM on death causes your memory to become hyperactive and recall every detail of your life.

Sounds a bit far-fetched to me, but I'd love for it to be true.
#42 - Crackheaddotcom
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BECAUSE I CAN FEEL MY NIPPLES
BECAUSE I CAN FEEL MY NIPPLES
#41 - jakerszzzz
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#30 - RyanTheLeet
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I'd actually be glad if that was true and I was in the middle of reliving my memories. Just means that I don't have to look forward to going through the embarrassing moments of my life again when I ******* die.
I'd actually be glad if that was true and I was in the middle of reliving my memories. Just means that I don't have to look forward to going through the embarrassing moments of my life again when I ******* die.
User avatar #53 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Your life does flash before your eyes before you die.
This process is often referred to as "living".
#47 - murderouspotato
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But what if when you die in that dream the cycle begins again and you experience an infinite number of you life in that 7 minute and what is 7 minutes to everyone else, is eternity for you. Forgetting and then reliving your life over and over again?
#1 - hellscythe
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User avatar #9 to #1 - Anonomousthirteen
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I've actually thought about this, and it doesn't really bother me all too much. If death is inevitable, why fear it? Why should death prevent you from living your life happily? Does it really matter if, every morning, I'm an entirely different person? That just means that more souls get to be happy like I am, even if it is just for a day.
User avatar #11 to #1 - kikisu
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If this is true then I must be dying a whole HELL of a lot. I sleep up to 14 hours a day, and pass out constantly.
#14 to #11 - anon id: fca29d5c
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Well you should check yourself for diabetes then. Just saying.
User avatar #15 to #14 - kikisu
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I've got narcolepsy, it's a neurological disorder that makes you sleep a lot and pass out.
#19 to #15 - astarothaufromage
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Oh man, you are missing almost half of your life because of that. Please tell me you dream a lot or at least like naps.
User avatar #20 to #19 - kikisu
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I don't dream a lot, or if I do I barely ever remember them. Narc is caused by your brain regulating sleep wrong. I sleep so much/so often because I get put in REM (the dreaming) sleep even while awake. So I dream when I first fall asleep, and don't remember it as a consequence (I assume). I don't enjoy naps, because if I fall asleep I know I'll probably be sleeping for at least 7 hours. I can try and force myself to stay up, but that doesn't always work. I take some strong medicine to keep me up for most of the day, but even with that I get tired after less than 12 hours awake.
#17 to #15 - anon id: fca29d5c
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Oh, I've seen a documentary about narcolepsy. Seems very hard to live with it. Sorry to hear that.
User avatar #18 to #17 - kikisu
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Its not too hard, but thanks.