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Resurrect a Mouse from Cryonics.


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When do you think this may happen? and would this convince the public opinion that cryonics is a possibility to live again in the future? therefore state may legalize cryonic and invest more on this procedure?

 

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Wish I could make a time estimate, but I've no idea on the state of cryonics. If it worked, I can certainly see it spurring something in the public.


The universe has gone from unimaginable, featureless heat to complexity and it will return in time to unimaginable, featureless cold.

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No idea, I'd hope somewhere towards the end of my lifetime.

 

If at the age of 50+(2039) there are no great strides forward in longevity development, I know I'll be opting in for this kind of procedure.

The risk reward ratio seems more than fair.

 

I only hope that if I were brought back, it would be to a more ideal future world.

Nothing would be more disappointing than to wake up in 2150 to find the world has become a nightmarish dystopia.






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