Cryogenics May Be Able To Keep You Alive Forever

A Look Inside Cryotherapy There has been a great deal of talk about Cryogenics recently, with CryoTherapy becoming a health fad that uses liquid nitrogen to temporarily drop a...

A Look Inside Cryotherapy

There has been a great deal of talk about Cryogenics recently, with CryoTherapy becoming a health fad that uses liquid nitrogen to temporarily drop a person’s body temperature. However, some believe that using a similar technology could be the key to immortality. For several years, a non-profit company in Scottsdale, Arizona is trying to stop people from dying using Cryo technology. Max More the president and CEO of The Alcor Life Extension Foundation, is trying to, “solve the problem of death.”

He and his team of scientists at The Alcore Foundation are studying and practicing cryogenics in order to extend the life of individuals by freezing them now in order to be unfrozen sometime later on in the future. Cryogenic technology uses extremely cold temperatures to place bodies in stasis, stopping the natural decay of organic material at the point just before legal death occurs.

Freezing one’s body before death and unfreezing sometime in the future to utilize future expertise that may be able to extend their life is a way of waiting for the technology to progress to the point in which death may not be inevitable. While the subject may seem controversial, Max states that his business is not about being afraid of or avoiding death, but rather pursuing life.

Max believes that the future may hold endless possibilities for the human mind to remain alive, even the prospect of growing beyond the need for one body and essentially downloading our consciousness into various bodies. Only the future knows if people could be revived and brought back to a state of life, but that hasn’t stopped the 149 individuals now in cryo-preservation in the pursuit of life in the future.

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