Since medical doctors, especially surgeons, make a lot of money and have a high income, why would Dr. Alexander want or need to be paid so much like that? Doesn't he have any shame? He seems like a nice sincere guy.
Of course establishment media is going to say that NDE's are from oxygen deprived brains. They have an agenda and bias toward atheism and hive mind. They all lie and say that Princess Diana's driver was drunk too, even though there is plenty of evidence to the contrary, including video evidence, and they also refuse to tell the world that a civil jury officially ruled that she was the victim of an "unlawful killing". Only biased media would refuse to report on such an official ruling. So the media has a hive mind in that when one lies, they all lie together to collaborate. That was just one example. Thus they are very dishonest and evil. Hope the corporate media burns in hell. How do they sleep at night?
The reason the media has to be pro atheism is because America is primarily a consumer culture. Not a spiritual culture like cultures before America were. In a consumer culture, atheism has to be promoted, otherwise people will not live for consumerism and believe that the purpose of life is to "buy things" and the way to happiness is to "buy things" too. People who believe in God or are spiritual are not going to buy many things of course. So the media has to discourage that. That's it's function. Thus it is not neutral and objective.
Chris Carter has written two books about NDE's and the Afterlife. In them he debunks and goes over all the neurological arguments for NDE's. The media should take a note of his books and arguments. If anyone is interested here are the links to them.
https://www.amazon.com/Science-Afterlif ... B0098O9F32
https://www.amazon.com/Science-Near-Dea ... B00462RVEG
The scientific evidence for life after death
• Explains why near-death experiences (NDEs) offer evidence of an afterlife and discredits the psychological and physiological explanations for them
• Challenges materialist arguments against consciousness surviving death
• Examines ancient and modern accounts of NDEs from around the world, including China, India, and many from tribal societies such as the Native American and the Maori
Predating all organized religion, the belief in an afterlife is fundamental to the human experience and dates back at least to the Neanderthals. By the mid-19th century, however, spurred by the progress of science, many people began to question the existence of an afterlife, and the doctrine of materialism--which believes that consciousness is a creation of the brain--began to spread. Now, using scientific evidence, Chris Carter challenges materialist arguments against consciousness surviving death and shows how near-death experiences (NDEs) may truly provide a glimpse of an awaiting afterlife.
Using evidence from scientific studies, quantum mechanics, and consciousness research, Carter reveals how consciousness does not depend on the brain and may, in fact, survive the death of our bodies. Examining ancient and modern accounts of NDEs from around the world, including China, India, and tribal societies such as the Native American and the Maori, he explains how NDEs provide evidence of consciousness surviving the death of our bodies. He looks at the many psychological and physiological explanations for NDEs raised by skeptics--such as stress, birth memories, or oxygen starvation--and clearly shows why each of them fails to truly explain the NDE. Exploring the similarities between NDEs and visions experienced during actual death and the intersection of physics and consciousness, Carter uncovers the truth about mind, matter, and life after death.