Chinese researchers are taking a new approach in cryonics in a bid to revolutionize human organ transplants.
What is cryonics? The concept of cryonics involves preserving a human corpse at extremely low temperatures for the purpose of future “reanimation.”
An Arizona-based company claims a hypothetical future technology can provide people who pay $200,000 for it a chance to be immortal.
Alcor Life Extension Foundation is a staunch promoter of cryonics, a process that preserves human corpses in liquid nitrogen after death with a promise of restoration to full health at the time the technology is fully developed.