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I almost hanged myself. Everything started to become black. And I stopped. I was afraid of everything ending. Survival instinct is very real. I'm so sorry for my hypocrisy. I don't even know If I'm still going to do this after all.
 
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Cloudstar

Dancing with Death
Jun 25, 2018
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Don't be sorry whatever happens it's your choice no one will judge you
 
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Do you guys know if you get brain damage from 5 seconds of lack of oxygen to the brain? Thanks anyway.
 
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mukthi

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Do you guys know if you get brain damage from 5 seconds of lack of oxygen to the brain? Thanks anyway.
5 secconds??? Sorry, I think u got typing mistake???
As per goole search:- . Permanent brain damage begins after only 4 minutes without oxygen, and death can occur as soon as 4 to 6 minutes later.
 
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The only way I see myself doing this is by being very drunk or high. Are we REALLY just this piece of flesh and after it dies that's it? All of our suffering,memories,moments of happiness, they're just an illusion. I can't believe this.
 
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5 secconds??? Sorry, I think u got typing mistake???
As per goole search:- . Permanent brain damage begins after only 4 minutes without oxygen, and death can occur as soon as 4 to 6 minutes later.
Ok so I'm alright, I guess.
 
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Dancing with Death
Jun 25, 2018
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The only way I see myself doing this is by being very drunk or high. Are we REALLY just this piece of flesh and after it dies that's it? All of our suffering,memories,moments of happiness, they're just an illusion. I can't believe this.
No not an illusion they are real to us maybe what matters to you is trivial to someone else but yes we are all just flesh and bones what makes everyone unique is what's inside good or bad
 
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The only way I see myself doing this is by being very drunk or high. Are we REALLY just this piece of flesh and after it dies that's it? All of our suffering,memories,moments of happiness, they're just an illusion. I can't believe this.
We told you its hard. That nothingness after death theory is no joke. However it's not guaranteed. Remember that despite the overwhelming evidence of that being the case.
 
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I'm having an existential crisis right now. I don't know what I am anymore, or what the hell this universe we live in is. How can anything begin from nothing and then just dissipate into nothing just like that. Jesus.
 
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Dancing with Death
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I'm having an existential crisis right now. I don't know what I am anymore, or what the hell this universe we live in is. How can anything begin from nothing and then just dissipate into nothing just like that. Jesus.
You are you a truly unique person as for this universe it is what it is as for the rest can I give up now?
 
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5 secconds??? Sorry, I think u got typing mistake???
As per goole search:- . Permanent brain damage begins after only 4 minutes without oxygen, and death can occur as soon as 4 to 6 minutes later.

5 seconds is generally correct. A brain cell can survive for about 5 seconds without oxygen, depending on how active it's metabolism is. The avg. period without breathing before your brain dies is 4-6 minutes because your heart continues pumping for part of that time, and there is still a fair amount of oxygen in your blood without breathing. Even after a few minutes without breathing, there is some oxygen in your blood. As long as there is a small amount of oxygen in your blood, your brain's vital function doesn't end. There are even reports of people (especially children) having 'drowned' in cold water surviving after 45 minutes because the body's and brain's metabolic rate decreased so much in cold water, and they consumed oxygen from the blood much more slowly. In essence, those people never actually drowned because the brain cells never died because the metabolic rate was so slow. But it is true that a brain cell will only survive without oxygen for 5 seconds. That's why cutting off the blood supply to the brain, as in hanging, doesn't take 4-6 minutes to kill someone, but is probably closer to 20 seconds. In that case, no oxygen is getting delivered to the brain because no blood is getting to the brain.
 
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mukthi

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5 seconds is generally correct. A brain cell can survive for about 5 seconds without oxygen, depending on how active it's metabolism is. The avg. period without breathing before your brain dies is 4-6 minutes because your heart continues pumping for part of that time, and there is still a fair amount of oxygen in your blood without breathing. Even after a few minutes without breathing, there is some oxygen in your blood. As long as there is a small amount of oxygen in your blood, your brain's vital function doesn't end. There are even reports of people (especially children) having 'drowned' in cold water surviving after 45 minutes because the body's and brain's metabolic rate decreased so much in cold water, and they consumed oxygen from the blood much more slowly. In essence, those people never actually drowned because the brain cells never died because the metabolic rate was so slow. But it is true that a brain cell will only survive without oxygen for 5 seconds. That's why cutting off the blood supply to the brain, as in hanging, doesn't take 4-6 minutes to kill someone, but is probably closer to 20 seconds. In that case, no oxygen is getting delivered to the brain because no blood is getting to the brain.
Tank u for clear explanation..
5 seconds is generally correct. A brain cell can survive for about 5 seconds without oxygen, depending on how active it's metabolism is. The avg. period without breathing before your brain dies is 4-6 minutes because your heart continues pumping for part of that time, and there is still a fair amount of oxygen in your blood without breathing. Even after a few minutes without breathing, there is some oxygen in your blood. As long as there is a small amount of oxygen in your blood, your brain's vital function doesn't end. There are even reports of people (especially children) having 'drowned' in cold water surviving after 45 minutes because the body's and brain's metabolic rate decreased so much in cold water, and they consumed oxygen from the blood much more slowly. In essence, those people never actually drowned because the brain cells never died because the metabolic rate was so slow. But it is true that a brain cell will only survive without oxygen for 5 seconds. That's why cutting off the blood supply to the brain, as in hanging, doesn't take 4-6 minutes to kill someone, but is probably closer to 20 seconds. In that case, no oxygen is getting delivered to the brain because no blood is getting to the brain.
Thank u for well explanation..
 
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Aponia & Ataraxia

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Jun 24, 2018
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I'm having an existential crisis right now. I don't know what I am anymore, or what the hell this universe we live in is. How can anything begin from nothing and then just dissipate into nothing just like that. Jesus.

well you're not alone, because even the scientists agree: "seems like a cosmic joke..."

 
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Aponia & Ataraxia

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Jun 24, 2018
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I'm having an existential crisis right now. I don't know what I am anymore, or what the hell this universe we live in is. How can anything begin from nothing and then just dissipate into nothing just like that. Jesus.

(7:55) "I have to say the whole thing seems rather pointless; we've gone from nothingness to somethingness, and then back to nothingness again" -Paul Steinhardt, one of the top/leading cosmologists of the early-21st century

 
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(7:55) "I have to say the whole thing seems rather pointless; we've gone from nothingness to somethingness, and then back to nothingness again" -Paul Steinhardt, one of the top/leading cosmologists of the early-21st century


This is the kind of things that make religion more believable. We are just not completely sure, I mean these scientist could easily be completely wrong, and I'm not saying they are not smart. I'm just saying if these 2 scientist came together and talked to each other I'm sure they would disagree on a lot of things.
 
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You know I do see a lot of beauty in this world and I do want to stick around to experience more pleasurable things, but I feel like I'm not going to be allowed that. And my entire life will just be filled with could of's, should of's, (regrets and disappointments) (to an extreme level)
And I can't see myself sticking around for that, plus I rather skip disease and pain altogether, maybe dying young is not that bad, I guess that is one way of staying young forever.
Either way is not an easy pill to swallow for me.
 
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This is the kind of things that make religion more believable. We are just not completely sure, I mean these scientist could easily be completely wrong, and I'm not saying they are not smart. I'm just saying if these 2 scientist came together and talked to each other I'm sure they would disagree on a lot of things.

They wouldn't disagree on scientific theories though, that's the point. They maybe have different views on moral questions but when it comes to scientific methods, they wouldn't. All scientists agree on evolution for example. Only outsiders that have a christian background for example disagree with the vast majority on this topic. Same applies to climate change for example. The data is very clear and only outsiders disagree with the numbers. Science isn't about opinions. There is no room for "disagreement" when all the facts speak against you. And a lot of people seem to be confused about that.
 
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AveryConure

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May 11, 2018
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I experienced my survival instinct several times attempting too. It's a bitch, and it's funny how any other time I'm begging for death until I'm actually having an attempt that could've been successful. Being human is really funny that way.
 
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I'll try again tonight. I hope I'll make it despite my fear of death.
 
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I must recognise I was a bit annoyed for your comments underrating the survival instinct. But it can be solved with an apologize. As you could see survival instinct is a lot stronger than you thought. Rectifying is ever good. I forgive you man.
 
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Apr 23, 2018
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I almost hanged myself. Everything started to become black. And I stopped. I was afraid of everything ending. Survival instinct is very real. I'm so sorry for my hypocrisy. I don't even know If I'm still going to do this after all.

I didn't know it was possible to stop it once you started. You just taught me something. If its that easy to stop a hanging, that's definitely a method I will 100% void. Once I walk the plank, I want to die. No do-overs, no reflection. But at least you're still here to contribute to our forum! :)
 
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I didn't know it was possible to stop it once you started. You just taught me something. If its that easy to stop a hanging, that's definitely a method I will 100% void. Once I walk the plank, I want to die. No do-overs, no reflection. But at least you're still here to contribute to our forum! :)
You have only a few seconds to change my mind. Now i tried again and I succeeded fainted, and I'm a pussy, so it can be done.
 
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Nauseated

Nauseated

Insomnio
Jun 26, 2018
224
Can you describe how you did it in my detail, like what kind/size rope did you use what did you attach it to,knot placement how long until you began to faint and if there was any pain. Most experience stories Ive been coming across are people who experienced lots of pain and couldnt pass out which makes me afraid to try it.
 
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Can you describe how you did it in my detail, like what kind/size rope did you use what did you attach it to,knot placement how long until you began to faint and if there was any pain. Most experience stories Ive been coming across are people who experienced lots of pain and couldnt pass out which makes me afraid to try it.
Just make sure you hang yourself where the carotid arteries are.
 
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Insomnio
Jun 26, 2018
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Just make sure you hang yourself where the carotid arteries are.
I have done quite a bit of research on it but still always seem to find conflicting information. I'm under the impression the knot should go high on the left side is that correct, is that how you did it?
 
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I have done quite a bit of research on it but still always seem to find conflicting information. I'm under the impression the knot should go high on the left side is that correct, is that how you did it?
It doesn't matter, you wear the loop above your adam's apple and you're done.
 
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Insomnio
Jun 26, 2018
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It doesn't matter, you wear the loop above your adam's apple and you're done.
where did you position it though, because I want to replicate it as close as possible since you seemed to have a much easier time passing out than most people I have read who tried it. seems some people either pass out quick or struggle for a while in pain I had read it had to do somewhat with knot placement.
 
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