What is Parathanology?

Parathanology /ˈperə THan äləjē / [from the Greek para- prefix, meaning “beyond” | than i.e. “thanatos” meaning “Death” | –ology suffix, meaning “a subject of study or a branch of knowledge”] is the scientific study of the afterlife, the transitional moment1 of conscious death2, and the implications—both scientific (e.g. Physiological, Biological, Anatomical, Chemical, Mechanical, et al) and philosophical—of what it means to die.

 

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Bridging the Gap

At Praxem Industries, we are redefining our human understanding of Death. This starts with a keen study of the physiological processes inherent from the moment of functional cessation to the autonomic loss of ego, and the moments directly following the event.

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Redefinition

Our ultimate goal is to redefine “Death” categorically, (i.e. Terminal vs. Non-Terminal, Conscious vs. Physical, Equipoise, etc.) as such definitive constraints would allow us to further survey the moment of death in clinical trials, providing unbiased results on a particular variable (e.g. Category).

Success in this endeavor would grant us a keen understanding of the different types of cessation, rapid triggering of events that lead to terminal contraindication, and would assist in quantifying (and qualifying) data produced during trials.

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Categorization

A written subgoal of the research is accepted categorization of the physiological and psychological symptoms of Death labeled as follows.

  • Terminal
  • Non-Terminal
  • Conscious
  • Physical
  • Partial
  • Equipoise


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Characteristic Analysis

 

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Methodology

 

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Observation

 

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Performance Experiments

 

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Testing

 

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Results

 

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Conclusions

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