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NDE

abbreviation for
(Psychology) near-death experience

nde

near-death experience.
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NDE

abbr of near-death experienceNTE f
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Sceptics put these visions down to drugs, lack of oxygen to the brain or hallucinations but Penny Sartori has seen NDE cases in which oxygen levels were normal or when patients were not receiving drugs or clinically dead so they should have been experiencing nothing.
The Peter Morgan-scripted movie was about people who contacted relatives during their own NDEs and featured the Bourne Identity star as a psychic trying to help people communicate with them.
For example, Carter considers the hypothesis that the NDE is a kind of fantasy produced by the fear of death, a psychological defense mechanism that employs personal and cultural expectations of an afterlife to comfort us in the face of death.
Although no estimate of NDE incidence among school-age students has been published, the statistical data for the general population indicates that one or more NDErs likely exist in nearly every school.
Zalika Klemenc-Ketis worked with a team of researchers from the University of Maribor, Slovenia, to examine patients who reported NDEs.
To overcome these challenges and meet the expressed need for NDE training, FHWA developed the Bridge inspectors NDE Showcase (BINS) program.
From 1985-1995, Bushard was the senior NDE lead technician for Allied Signal Aerospace Inc.
NDE is also involved in global design projects and plays a strategically important role in Nissan's creative network comprising six design studios worldwide.
When you had an NDE, you became an EVP receiver," explains Dr Karras (MacDonald).
Not all NDErs have all of these experiences, but each case is scored for NDE attributes with a max possible score of 32 and minimum score of 7 required to be classified as an NDE.
It takes three to four months and the use of hard gauges for bores and other critical parts to complete this process," says Martin Jones, NDE technical expert.
A new sound wave NDE instrument commissioned by the New Zealand company Carter Holt Harvey and developed by Industrial Research Limited in New Zealand is being used to measure log stiffness in the yard.