They call it Cryonic reanimation. It’s a possibility that existed in science fiction for years. ALCOR an American corporation now offer it as reality. A total of 147 people had been frozen so far. A thousand more have signed up. Most using Life insurance to cover the cost.
Science fiction has becoming science fact on a daily basis.
As everywhere in the American business you have two options: Some choose to have their entire body frozen for $160,000 or you can just have your head preserve at $80,000.
Most of clients choose the head only option. In the future if science can have brought them back to life they can start with a fresh new body.
You might say only in America, but dozen of Australian already signed up to be frozen after death. Some Speculate that Walt Disneys’ body was also preserved through cryonics.
Anita is on her final stage of cancer. She decided to spend it with her husband on a vacation.
Her husband asked her.
What’s the first thing that you want to eat when you come back in the future?
Meatballs and spaghetti.
She undergone euthanasia to end her life and avoid suffering from the pain caused by cancer.
They said that the last thing that goes out is the sense of hearing. Her husband made sure that he is talking about good things and telling her that she is loved. Leaving good thoughts in her memory. Anita took her last breath and was pronounce legally dead.
Cryonics is the science of using ultra-cold temperature to preserve human life with the intent of restoring good health when technology becomes available to do so. Alcor is a non-profit organization located in Scottsdale, Arizona, founded in 1972.
After her death she went straight directly to ALCOR. She is taken straight into the operating field for the cryonic procedure.
Two surgeons are working to open her chest cavity and inserts a plastic tube on the main artery of her hear to bring in the cryo preservation fluid.
Toxic chemicals are pump on Anita’s blood vessels. Replacing 60 percent of the water in her body. This is where conventional science had serious doubts about the process.
When the cryonic fluids are frozen to below minus 120 degrees they become like glass. Ice crystal forms destroying the body cells. Most expert believe that it will be impossible to reverse all those damage.
To give people a false sense of security and hope that they will be reanimated is something borders on science fiction.
Some expert say that patients are being duped/conned. They are sold services that involves a substantial amount of money without guarantied results.
The cryonic company firmly states that science will overcome the catastrophic damage in the freezing process.
Studies already had been conducted to animals. Like the rabbit kidney preserved through cryonics and are revived successfully. After reviving the kidney had been transplanted to a different animal.
Ask yourself? Do you want to be reanimated?