The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
What Near-Death Experiences Might Tell Us About the Brain
"It can generate a sense of detachment from the body and the self and, at higher doses, a full-blown dissociative experience."
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Bernie Sanders Saved a Girl's Life by Yelling 'Please Get Out of the Street!'
A true American hero.
When the Drugs Hit
Why Does DMT Make You Feel Like You’re Dying?
Researchers dosed 13 people with DMT to investigate the similarities between DMT trips and near death experiences in the first study of its kind.
I Survived Skydiving After My Parachute Failed
Brad Guy jumped out of a plane at 15,000 feet and hit the ground at 50 MPH.
Being in a Coma is Like One Long Lucid Dream
After contracting Legionnaires' disease, Stephanie Savage fell into a coma for six weeks. She dreamed about polar bears, ice cream, and scenes from science fiction movies.
You Can Pay $4,000 to Feel What It's Like to Die
Asia has a suicide problem. Can make-believe help?
'I Drowned': Big Wave Surfer Greg Long on Death and Finding the Will to Come Back
Greg Long is an elite big wave surfer who nearly died doing what he loves. In this video, he reflects on that experience and getting back in the ocean that nearly killed him.
Letting Go and Getting up with Graffiti Writer Fuct D30
More often than not, a vandal claims that they took up graffiti as means of escaping a more grievous criminal life and it’s inevitable consequences. For Los Angeles writer Fuct, that's certainly the case.