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  • n  the freezing of a seriously ill or recently deceased person to stop tissues from decomposing; the body is preserved until new medical cures are developed that might bring the person back to life
    cryonics is more science fiction than serious science

  • Fantastic Voyage, which the futurist and cryonics enthusiast co-wrote with Terry Grossman, recommends a regimen to forestall aging so that adherents live long enough to take .
  • Called cryonics, the process is based on the hope that someday scientists will be able to attach the head to a new body.
  • Cloning capabilities, discoveries in the genetics of longevity and advances in cryonics will enable scientists not only to extend the lives of current players but also to revivify .
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  • Defiance: I Just Wasnt Made for These Times Review
    Full spoilers begin below I am an absolute sucker for man out of time stories. Time travel or cryonics, there's something about a character trying to adapt to our present as history and technology that's unfamiliar which I find compellingly appealing. The previews at the end of last week's episode had already goosed my excitement...
    June 12, 2013 - Mania

  • Simon Cowell in Daily Star
    Cowell told guests at the event hosted by Gordon Brown: "I have decided to freeze myself when I die. You know, cryonics." "You pay a lot of money and get stuck in a deep freeze once you have been declared dead." "Medical science is...

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