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work, which the relocation program
does. Because Ann Arbor has decided
to discontinue its program, some city
officials fear a reprisal from the federal
government - in the form of a cut-off
crisis relief funds.
BUT COUNCIL looked at actions of
towns (Boulder, Colo. and Cambridge,
Mass.) which have killed their
relocation plans without a cut-off of
funds, and went ahead.
Still, no one really knows whether the
government will keep the money
coming. Smith insists Ann Arbor is in
jeopardy of losing those funds. Any
other city that cancels its plans runs the
same risk, she said.
Despite all the opposition, there is
some support for the civil defense
plans. "Based on a 72-hour crisis build-
up period, the plan is viable," Smith

said. This means the plans rest on the
assumption that the actual. attacks
would follow a period of deteriorating
relations, allowing U.S. planners
enough warning time to evacuate cities.
Ann Arbor Police Sgt. Harold Tinsey
also expressed support for the plan.
"Based on the premise that we're reac-
ting to a similar situation (to the one
they've planned for), the plan is
adequate as is, evacuating in two or
three phases of 12 hours each," he said.
For now, the plan remains the same.
No changes in crisis relocation are
being considered until the summer,
when the city will go through another
round of budget battling, Ezekiel said.
Then the issue is bound to erupt again,
with more debate over whether cities
can really "prepare" for a nuclear
disaster, and if so, how.

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death. "It made sense that death would
happen that way."
Lewis-Stone said that her experience
made her feel death would not be so
bad, and that it made her more serious
about life. It gave her "kind of a resolve
to do some things." That resolve, she
said, is still with her.
According to Greyson, such a reac-
tion is not uncommon. In fact, he said,
most people experience great changes
in personality after a near-death ex-
perience.
"People generally seem to be less
materialistic and involved with
power," he 'said. "(They have a)
greater sense of purpose in their lives
and a greater sense of spirituality."
THESE CHANGES and the psycholo-
gical traits that may cause the experi-
ences are Greyson's main interests in
his studies. If he can find out why
people change after the experiences, he
says, psychiatrists will be more able to
help others change.
This point is particularly clear with
potential suicide victims, according to
Greyson, who has researched exten-
sively such cases. Most potential
suicide victims never consider killing
themselves after they've had a near-
death experience, he says, because

"life becomes more meaningful, and
suicide is out of the question."
Many researchers are looking for a
biological explanation for near-death
experiences. "We don't have a good ex-
planation right now," Greyson says.
"Many of the biological explanations
that we tested came out just plain
wrong."
ONE THEORY is that a chemical
released just before death causes the
intense feeling of calm and the painless,
timeless state. But it is difficult to
measure the chemicals, Greyson said,
so it is almost impossible to prove they
are related to near-death experiences.
Partly because of the difficulty in
pinpointing their causes, some skep-
ticism surrounds the existence of near-
death experiences. The doubt is com-
pounded, according to both Greyson
and Lewis-Stone, because many
groups-especially religious
organizations-have sensationalized
the phenomenon to prove the theory of
life after death.
Lewis-Stone said the skepticism held
her back from talking about her ex-
perience until she read books like Life
After Life, by Dr. Raymond Moody.
"When I started reading, it finally
dawned on me that my experience was
not crazy," she said.

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or any specific purpose of which is to
destroy human life or to incapacitate
human beings."
The research committee members
say that wording is too vague and con-
fusing. They would like to revise the
rule to prohibit research "the primary
purpose of which is to improve or ex-
tend the capacity to destroy human
life."
Engineering Prof. Thomas Senior, a
member of the committee, insisted the
current guidelines are "really too
vague to base the whole University
research policy on." He said the
changes do not significantly alter the
substance of the rules, only the clarity.
BUT ROGER Kerson, who is investi-
gating campus military research for
the Michigan Student Assembly,
disagrees.
"Some people at the University are
trying to weaken this policy," he. said
yesterday. "They're saying anything
could be used for weapons sometimes."
By replacing "any specific purpose"

Committee, agreed that the proposed
revision would give the University "a
little more flexibility" in deciding what
research can be done. He also insisted
the policy had to be written more
clearly.
The research committee members
would like to set up a special panel to
review non-classified research to make
sure that it meets the guidelines. Such
a panel, Ringler said, would see
"thousands of (research) proposals a
year, and they don't have hours to
debate the nuance of this word or that
word."
RINGLER said the "primary pur-
pose" substitution would give research
reviewers a chance to weigh the value
of a research project and approve it if it
potential benefits outweighed its
negative uses.
"Almost any research in computers,
engineering, or medicine could be used
to harm people," he said, and the
University would not want to ban all of
it.
The Research Policies Committee
plans to present by January both a final

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