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I saw an operation being done on tv- and have seen this before - when someone is having a heart operation and the blood is drained out of the body,the heart is stopped, the body temp is very much lowered and the brain waves are completely flat. How is this person still alive? how is he comparable with a person deemed dead? How would the surgeon know if the patient died? how can the body be made normal again after being frozen, drained of blood and brain dead?And if , as one reply said, the cells are still alive at some level, if all the major signs of death occurring are there in a regular corpse, how can anyone know whether that corpse has some cells left alive and could be revived like the body on the operating table? how many people are actually buried alive? i.e. potentially revivable?