Many years later I signed up with the Cryonics
is the idea, introduced by Robert Chester Ettinger and Jean Rostand  of using low temperatures to preserve human bodies after death until it becomes possible to return them to life.
His daughter's body was taken from hospital in a van after a Cryonics
UK ambulance broke down.
HIGH Court judge Mr Justice Peter Jackson said the scientific theory underlying cryonics
He suggests that the present generation may exploit these scientific advances by encouraging cryonic
There are only four cryonics
centers in the whole world, so it shouldn't be too tough to pick.
It may sound crazy, but a handful of people around the world every year choose cryonics
But Dad would never agree to delay the transplant, and if that was successful, no court would require him to risk cryonic
In December 1963, 10 months before "Cryogenic Refrigerator" appeared in ME magazine, Evan Cooper, author of Immortality: Physically, Scientifically, Now, formed the Life Extension Society, the world's first cryonics
The technology of giving back life after repairing one's body, known as cryonics
, will be a reality soon.
The closing chapters about the cryonics
and Williams' medical issues are tough to take at times, but it is an interesting read overall and only 300 pages long, a nice break from the 800-page bios that are proliferating these days.
If I have my blood replaced with saline, and then use cryonics
to cool my body down yet further, could I be "dead" for a few months or weeks or years before being warmed up again?