As we see all times in movies, that a person gets frozen and then get alive. Stories of many famous celebrities are also popular who are preserving their bodies for future revives.
Actually, those who die today could be a cure tomorrow; it is an extension of medicine.
Who brought the idea of Life after Death?
In 1976, the cryonics institute, Robert Ettinger worked to preserved life with technology and has earned the name of “father of Cryonics”. The Robert wrote the book named as “The prospect of Immorality” in which he introduced the idea and then institute is developed and his mother served as the first patient.
Why wait until you are dead to be frozen?
It’s currently illegal to the frozen body of someone who is alive and performs cryonic suspension. The person who wants its life after death must pronounce legally dead – that means his heart stop breathing. The question is how he revived if his heart stops?
The company performing cryogenic procedure tells totally dead is different from legally dead. They claim total dead means all brain function stops working where legally dead means some cells are working, and then company preserves these cells and as a theoretical person will be alive at a later date.
How is it works?
The science behind it does exist; the technique is to store a person body at low temperature with the hope of wake up one day. The hope is that, if anybody has died with a disease that is incurable, then they can be frozen and revive when cure of ailment is discovered.
The institute claims that revive are possible in future and we are very artsandhealth.ie/xenical/ close to it; they said many biological specimens have cryopreserved, as they preserved them at low nitrogen temperature including insects, brain tissues which have later grown and are being cryopreserved.
When your heart stops breathing the company would preserve your tissues and cells of the brain and supply more oxygen to your brain and blood to preserve minimal function, and then your body is packed in ice and then reached at cryonics facility where the medical team is on awaiting of the body.
How many people sign up for this?
Today more than 980 people have signed up with Alcor to preserve their body when they die, people who sign up for this would have to pay $770 yearly for membership fee and when the time comes for their preservation the cost reaches to $80,000 for their brain and $20,000 for their whole body, this is not for rich person this is just like life insurance, the person who afford insurance can also afford this.
Anybody get alive with this?
Not according to institute; many detractors says that company is just ripping off customers with the dream of immortality and they wouldn’t be succeeded. The scientist who is performing the cryonics wouldn’t be succeeded before and revived anyone and don’t expect to do so. Despite human being, they are succeeded in reviving of living organisms that they brought back to near dead state.
Cry biologists are hopeful that nano technology will revive the bodies one day, it uses microscopic machines to repair and rebuilt single atoms virtually like tissues or cells.
Some cry biologists thought that revive of person will occur nearly in 2045.