Alcor Cryonics

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Alcor Cryonics

A company located in Scottsdale, Arizona, which advertises the cryogenic freezing of humans for supposed future reanimation (a process that is not yet possible).
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Max More, President, Alcor Life Extension Foundation
In the UK, just 20 people contribute around pounds 230-a-year to a trust for the Alcor Life Extension Foundation, which offers cryonic freezing in America.
See also The Alcor Life Extension Foundation, What We Do: Cryo Transport and the Alcor Life Extension Foundation, at http://www.alcor.org/01b.html (last visited Dec.
The Alcor Life Extension foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, is the premier cryonic services company in the USA.
There are fewer than 200 frozen cadavers in storage today, most of them at the Scottsdale-based Alcor Life Extension Foundation. In recent years, however, the membership rolls of Alcor have been rising (today more than 800 members are signed up to be frozen in the future), thanks in large part to a surge in membership from Silicon Valley.