Posted: Sep 15, 2012 7:30 pm
by Rhubis
Just in case you missed it the first time:

Why would blind people not be able to have visual hallucinations if the parts of their brain that process visual input are still working? Just because someone can't see with there eyes doesn't mean their brain can't create images itself (I can still see images when i dream even though my eyes are closed).

As for being able to describe people? There is a study in a number of UK and US hospitals where images are on the top of cupboards and shelves in operating rooms so that if someone has an NDE and is floating above their body they should notice them, I can't find the results of this study at present but when i find it (or if someone else manages to find it) i shall post a link for it here.

If a blind person has been recorded as having a NDE and was able to perfectly describe what someone looks like (that they would be unable to if they were not having a real out of body experience) then that would constitute as reasonably good evidence. Please present the evidence and not just tell us about it because i'm not willing to take you at your word.