Haha thanks. I read the article...I guess the problem to me is that the parameters of status-quo science is limiting and doesnt cover the full scope of what reality actually is...therefore not recognizing Alexander's experience as being legitimate in terms of his explaination behind it. It is true that it is almost impossible to 100% verify this concept, however in my opinion it is due to the limiting nature of what science takes into consideration as just stated. We can look at certain notions regarding psychedelic drugs, DMT and the pineal gland, OBE's and astral projection, dreaming, etc, as evidence of parallel realities and what some may refer to as "life after death," however like I said its not full-proof due to our vastly limited understanding of the world and consciousness. I guess in the end it comes back to a level of intuition with people...I myself am 110% confindent that these ideas are very real, and I do not fear death or most anything for that matter because of it...however I know this line of intuitive understanding doesnt hold water in the rational world. Its very easy to dismiss these ideas if you have not had a direct experience with it...so with that being said, I find it frustrating that others are so easily able to dismiss other's experiences that they have not had themselves. I personally have gotten my feet wet in these areas, which is why I can say that Alexander is right on the money imo.
That's the thing, though. Personal experiences are all dependent on the person having them and their interpretation of it. So to say, "I had experience X; therefore, Y is true" is simply a fallacious argument. Is it possible? Certainly. However, I don't think any definitive conclusions can be drawn from Alexander's experience.