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Cryonics on living people


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When do you think that cryonics will be advanced enough for people alive get themselves cryogenically frozen to be revived in the far future, so people alive this century(and people who were born in the 20th century) will have the chance to get practical immortality in the future?

 

Do you think the laws will change and cryonics will someday be performed on living people so they would no longer waist to die in order to be cryogenically frozen?



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This must be the 90th thread on Cryogenics now.  We need an official thread for this discussion so that these don't keep popping up every 4 days


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I think  cryonics will be advanced enough for people alive get themselves cryogenically frozen to be revived in the far future=) a couple of years ago I worked in a cold building, employees who worked there for many years looking younger, the cold kept them younger :cool:






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