1. What Pseudoskeptics Do
Pseudoskeptics of near-death experiences have done the following:
By this definition, pseudoskeptics are not true skeptics because they have already made up their minds that near-death experiences are nothing more than chemical reactions producing hallucinations from a dying brain. Such pseudoskeptics rule out claims otherwise without a shred scientific evidence.
A true skeptic of the afterlife hypothesis keeps an open mind and does not take a position in favor of one side of the argument or the other until the evidence proves it either true or false.
Examples of how pseudoskeptics attack unconventional paradigms such as the near-death experience are: