Hello, everyone. I'm a frequent reader of these forums and post once in a while. But I'm in no way (not even close) to you guys in terms of my knowledge of all this stuff. So I apologize if my question seems "off-the-wall" or anything. But this is something I've always wondered about. OK. It's my understanding that studies such as Sam Parnia's and others have used EEG readings to look at what was happening in the brain during cardiac arrest, brain death, etc. But what about MRI's? I'm sure there are instances when someone has suddenly died in the middle of an MRI Scan. So what then do these MRI scans show? Anything interesting or compelling? I thought one of the criticisms of using EEG studies was that critics claim there may be brain activity going on that the EEGs can't detect. So with that being said, wouldn't an MRI scan during death be able to see DEEPER into the brain? Comments? Opinions? Thanks.