Name: Neil A Shah
Do you think that with the progress in nanotechnology and
cryonic preservation techniques that it will be possible to bring a
cryogenically suspended person back to a functioning state within the next
20 years??? Also, do you see any validity in cryonics or is it just a
passing fad that has gained a lot of publicity (your personal opinion is
what I'm driving at)?? I would like to gain the input of a scientist since
I am doing a project on cryonics and its ethical implication. I would like
to learn if cryonics is even feasible or just another outrageous statement
without scientific backing?
Thanks for your time!
For an amusing perspective on cryonics, look for a book called
Great Mambo Chicken and the Transhuman Condition by Ed Regis,
published about 3 years ago. I believe it has references for
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