LIFE IS PRICELESSImagine a world free of disease, death and aging. At the
Cryonics we believe that day is inevitably coming and cryonics is presently our
best chance of getting there.cryonics mission is to extend human lifespans by
preserving the body using existing cryogenic technologies – with the goal of
revival  of human.


Death occurs when the chemistry of life becomes so disorganized that
normal operation cannot be restored. (Death is not when life turns off. People
can and have survived being “turned off”.)

What is

if some?one has “died” from a disease that is incurable today,
he or she can be “frozen” and then revived in the future when a cure
has been discovered.

Cryonics involves cooling a recently deceased person to liquid nitrogen
temperatures in order to keep the body preserved indefinitely. Our goal is to
keep the patient preserved until future science is able to repair or replace
vital tissues and ultimately revive the patient.

Cryonics is a process in which body of a person preserve in freeze
environment who can’t be sustained by medicine 
with the hope of  resuscitate that
person  again and restoration to full
health may be possible in the far future with the help of new technology.  Because we don’t want loose our life
achievement, experience and knowledge with our death.




History of cryonics

 The first
person to be  frozen was a 73-year-old
psychologist, Dr. James Bedford, who was suspended in 1967. His body is
reportedly still in good condition at Alcor Life Extension Foundation.   


The idea that a person could be frozen and then brought back to life when
the technology had evolved far enough originated with the book “The
Prospect of Immortality,” written by physics teacher Robert Ettinger in
1964. The word “cryonics” is derived from the Greek term for
“cold.” Robert Ettinger is widely regarded as the “father of
cryonics” . He is a college physics teacher after earning two Master’s Degrees
from Wayne State University.  Robert
Ettinger was cryopreserved at the Cryonics Institute in July 2011 at the age of

The first person to be cryogenically frozen was a 73-year-old
psychologist, Dr.James Bedford, who was suspended in 1967. His body is
reportedly still in good condition at Alcor Life Extension Foundation.

The important thing to understand is that cryonics is a two-stage
process: Stage One involves placing a recently deaminated patient into cryonic
suspension. Stage Two involves reanimating the patient

The Cryonics Institute was formed in 1976 featuring the world’s first
fully-operational cryonics facility, located in Clinton Township, Michigan.

With over 100 patients
currently in stable and secure cryonic suspension at the Cryonics

Institute facility in Michigan, (including founder, Robert Ettinger and
members of his family). Now can you imagine a world where no one can die.
government makes the rules for decide death timing and birth timing of each and
every person 


Advantages  of cryonics

The Organ
Transplantation System can be improved: If organs could be cryonically
preserved, then all of the regional organ donation lists could go way. Everyone
would have the same access to the available organs for transplantation.

2-Potential to keep people with illnesses

getting worse and dying

3- Survival of human race, along
with animal and plant species, in the occurrence of a nuclear holocaust

Disadvantages of cryonics 

1-It’s very expensive: the price to use this technology is around $28,000
for an all-life service

2-It Could Prevent Death: the death is part of the life, and if cryonics
is     applied, this moment of the life
won’t come and the life-experience is affected .

3-It Could Change The Ethics Of Humanity: How would
people treat each other if death is not an option? this can change all the
meaning of these life   

If science will win over
death then we can resuscitate  ourselves
again in future   


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