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  • BellaOnline Life Clock: Take this on line quiz to get an estimation of how long you'll live. See how various life factors affect your probably death date.
  • Brain Injury and Brain Death Resources: A `resource` including the Japanese controversy, diagnosing, persistent vegetative state and religious views.
  • Bruce Goddard: A fourth generation funeral director from Reynolds, Georgia is available as a public speaker throughout Georgia and the United States. He presents the lighter side of what can be a very stressful occupation, while, at the same time, giving thought provoking observations about life from the perspective of a small town "undertaker".
  • Contemplate death if you want to learn how to live...: An archive of articles from various sources on ways of dealing with death.
  • This site uses actual mortality and life expectancy tables to calculate your actual day of death, what you will most likely die from, and where you will die.
  • Dead or Alive?: Lists famous people and whether they are dead or alive.
  • Death Online: This site explores what happens when we die and the ways that we deal with death. Includes articles, links and video.
  • Death Timer: Uses published global life expectancy statistics to calculate your lifespan.
  • Death and Dementia: The internet `resource` for death and related topics.
  • Death and Dying: Buddhist insights into death and dying.
  • Death in Cyberspace: A social and cultural analysis of the development of funeral and mourning practices on the internet.
  • Death in the Family - Online Report: Short online summary of research carried out by Michael Anderson of Newcastle's Centre for Family Studies (UK). Selected Bibliography and Useful Contacts.
  • Death, Life and the Question of Identity: How are our identity and our life affected by the omnipresent fact of our inevitable death?
  • Death, Loss and Bereavement: Articles on how to deal with death and suicide, and how to communicate with others about the illness.
  • Death: Anytime coming soon: Insights about death from the mystic Osho.
  • Demystifying Dying: A workshop to deepen the experience of living by considering our dying.
  • Epitaphs and Poems about Death: A collection by Nicholas Gordon that can be used free for any personal or non-commercial purpose.
  • Is there Death after Life?: Are people really dead after their life has come to an end - or is death a key which unlocks the door to some mystical afterlife? There is one (God) who knows the answer to all of these mysteries.
  • Kearl's Guide to Sociological Thanatology: Articles and resources about the sociology of death and dying.
  • Last Meals by R. A. Barrington: Celebrate Your Freedom: Confronts the idea of executions of death-row prisoners. Then in timely measure contrasts it with the possibility of death by terrorism. Paintings of the Signature Room of the John Hancock Building atop Chicago.
  • Last Rights: An in-depth look at how Americans meet the needs of terminally ill people. Includes a series or newspaper articles prepared by Scripps Howard News Service.
  • Life after death: A comprehensive examination of the various types of evidence for and against an afterlife.
  • Life in the World Unseen: An e-book of an account of life in the spirit world, as received through mediumship from someone passed on.
  • Living Dying: Free online book which provides a very different and thought provoking view on disease, illness, living and dying.
  • Death and Dying: Articles on grieving and unhealthy grief, palliative care, and pain, plus links to related channels.
  • New Englander and Yale Review - "Euthanasia: The Pleasures of Dying": An 1891 journal article by E. P. Buffet, M. D., asserting that death is painless and not to be feared.
  • Online Course in Basic Death Investigations: Learn all about the different methods of investigating a cause of death, both natural and criminal.
  • Roadside America - Pet Cemetery: A listing of offbeat pet cemeteries in the United States. Includes morbid facts.
  • Seeing the Difference: Conversations on Death and Dying: Interdisciplinary conversations on death and dying, including perspectives from the arts, humanities, and medicine. Sponsored by UC Berkeley's Townsend Center for the Humanities.
  • Styx Ferry: Articles about death and rebirth in various cultures.
  • Suite 101: Death is discussed as the last stage of Human Growth and Development. All related questions on the topic are addressed.
  • Taphophilia: A repository of morbid curiosities.
  • The Death Clock: The Internet's friendly reminder that life is slipping away, second by second.
  • The Death and Grief Page: Provides information on the dying process and subsequent grieving.
  • The Final Journey: Stories of death and dying which deal with the actual time of death including terminal delirium, agitation, pain contol, confusion, and hallucinations.
  • The Resurrector: About all aspects of brain death: viewpoints, pathology, diagnosis, and therapy.
  • The Temple of Azrael: All for the love of the Arch-Angel Azrael. Cemetery photos, and virtual memorial.
  • Where do We go when We Die: A study of the most reliable evidence for life after death. An article by Rod Smith.

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