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Brain freeze: New path to immortality – Times of India

Posted: January 18, 2020 at 9:58 am

SERGIEV POSAD ( RUSSIA ): When Alexei Voronenkovs 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life. It is one of 71 brains and human cadavers which Russian company KrioRus calls its patients floating in liquid nitrogen in one of several metres-tall vats in a corrugated metal shed outside Moscow.'; var randomNumber = Math.random(); var isIndia = (window.geoinfo && window.geoinfo.CountryCode === 'IN') && (window.location.href.indexOf('outsideindia') === -1 ); console.log(isIndia && randomNumber They are stored at -196Celsius (-320.8F) with the aim of protecting them against deterioration, although there is currently no evidence science will be able to revive the dead. I did this because we were very close and I think it is the only chance for us to meet in the future, said Voronenkov who intends to undergo the procedure, known as cryonics, when he dies. The head of the Russian Academy of Sciencess Pseudoscience Commission, Evgeny Alexandrov, described cryonics as an exclusively commercial undertaking that does not have any scientific basis, in comments to a newspaper. KrioRus says hundreds of potential clients from nearly 20 countries have signed up for its after-death service. It costs $36,000 for the whole body and $15,000 for brain alone for Russians, who earn average monthly salaries of $760, according to statistics. Prices are higher for non-Russians.Voronenkov said he set his hopes on science. I hope one day it reaches a level when we can produce artificial organs to create an artificial body where my mothers brain can be integrated.

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Immortality or Scam? Russian Company Offers to Freeze Dead Brains to Revive Them in Future – News18

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Immortality has always been one of the biggest human obsessions. From fantasy to science fiction, eternal life is often depicted both a boon and a bane. And now, a Russian firm could be making these dreams of immortality real - for only Rs 25 lakh.

A Russian firm by the name of KrioRus is offering to freeze human brains and cadavers in cryogenic cylinders for the sum of Rs 25 lakh. the bodies will be frozen in liquid nitrogen for an unspecified time until the technology becomes available for reanimating the body again.

If it sounds like a nightmare out of Dr Frankenstein's head, you are probably not far off the mark.

When Alexei Voronenkovs 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life.

It is one of 71 brains and human cadavers that KrioRus calls its patients - floating in liquid nitrogen in one of several metres-tall vats in a corrugated metal shed outside Moscow.

They are stored at -196 degrees Celsius (-320.8F) with the aim of protecting them against deterioration, although there is currently no evidence science will be able to revive the dead.

I did this because we were very close and I think it is the only chance for us to meet in the future, said Voronenkov who intends to undergo the procedure, known as cryonics, when he dies.

The head of the Russian Academy of Sciencess Pseudoscience Commission, Evgeny Alexandrov, described cryonics as an exclusively commercial undertaking that does not have any scientific basis, in comments to the Izvestia newspaper.

It is a fantasy speculating on peoples hopes of resurrection from the dead and dreams of eternal life, the newspaper quoted him as saying.

Valeriya Udalova, KrioRuss director who got her dog frozen when it died in 2008, said it is likely that humankind will develop the technology to revive dead people in the future, but that there is no guarantee of such technology.

KrioRus says hundreds of potential clients from nearly 20 countries have signed up for its after-death service.

It costs $36,000 (about Rs 25 lakh) for a whole body and $15,000 (about Rs 10 lakh) for the brain alone for Russians, who earn average monthly salaries of $760, according to official statistics. Prices are slightly higher for non-Russians.

The company says it is the only one in Russia and the surrounding region. Set up in 2005, it has at least two competitors in the United States, where the practice dates back further.

Voronenkov said he set his hopes on science. I hope one day it reaches a level when we can produce artificial bodies and organs to create an artificial body where my mothers brain can be integrated.

KrioRus director Udalova argues that those paying to have dying relatives remains preserved are showing how much they love them.

They try to bring hope, she said. What can we do for our dying relatives or the ones that we love? A nice burial, a photo album, she said. They go further, proving their love even more.

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Russian company will freeze your brain in the hopes of reviving you in the future with better tech – Firstpost

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ReutersJan 15, 2020 09:42:25 IST

When Alexei Voronenkovs 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life.

It is one of 71 brains and human cadavers which Russian company KrioRus calls its patients floating in liquid nitrogen in one of several metres-tall vats in a corrugated metal shed outside Moscow.

They are stored at -196 degrees Celsius (-320.8F) with the aim of protecting them against deterioration, although there is currently no evidence science will be able to revive the dead.

I did this because we were very close and I think it is the only chance for us to meet in the future, said Voronenkov who intends to undergo the procedure, known as cryonics, when he dies.

A Russian company will freeze your brain or your entire body in the hopes of reviving you when the tech is available. Image credit: Friso Gentsch/Getty Images

The head of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Pseudoscience Commission, Evgeny Alexandrov, described cryonics as an exclusively commercial undertaking that does not have any scientific basis, in comments to the Izvestia newspaper.

It is a fantasy speculating on peoples hopes of resurrection from the dead and dreams of eternal life, the newspaper quoted him as saying.

Valeriya Udalova, KrioRuss director who got her dog frozen when it died in 2008, said it is likely that humankind will develop the technology to revive dead people in the future, but that there is no guarantee of such technology.

KrioRus says hundreds of potential clients from nearly 20 countries have signed up for its after-death service.

It costs $36,000 for a whole body and $15,000 for the brain alone for Russians, who earn average monthly salaries of $760, according to official statistics. Prices are slightly higher for non-Russians.

The company says it is the only one in Russia and the surrounding region. Set up in 2005, it has at least two competitors in the United States, where the practise dates back further.

Voronenkov said he set his hopes on science. I hope one day it reaches a level when we can produce artificial bodies and organs to create an artificial body where my mothers brain can be integrated.

KrioRus director Udalova argues that those paying to have dying relatives remains preserved are showing how much they love them.

They try to bring hope, she said. What can we do for our dying relatives or the ones that we love? A nice burial, a photo album, she said. They go further, proving their love even more.

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Mummification or being launched into space? Burial options for your client – Investment Executive

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In the past, the most common thing to do was a traditional burial, but that is no longer the case. According to the report, the majority of Americans now plan on being cremated (44%), with traditional burials coming in second (35%).

That leaves one in five Americans (21%) who have other plans for their body.

Some (6%) choose to donate their bodies to science, while others (4%) opt for a natural burial being buried without a casket, directly in the ground.

Others have opted for more unique arrangements, such as mummification, having their ashes launched into space or being turned into a memorial diamond. Such options are not cheap.

Mummification a lengthy process in which a persons skin and flesh are preserved is the costliest, starting at $67,000 (all figures in U.S. dollars).

Plastination a process in which the body is drained of all fluids and filled with a plastic-like substance starts at $40,000.

Cryonics which will freeze your clients body at a temperature low enough that the body wont decompose is a relative bargain, starting at only $20,000.

The average cost for a traditional burial is $7,360 and thats without a burial plot or headstone. Cremation is a slightly cheaper option, coming in at $6,260, but that doesnt include the cost of a viewing and memorial services.

If your client is looking for a more affordable option, donating their body to science is free.

While cremation has become the most common option, what people are doing with their ashes varies.

The most popular option among respondents was having their ashes spread in a specific location (40%), followed by having their family keep the ashes (36%).

Ten per cent of respondents chose to mix their ashes with soil and be planted as a tree, while 14% chose something more creative, such as being painted onto a canvas, turned into a coral reef, compressed into a diamond, mixed with ink and used for a tattoo or used in fireworks.

Having your ashes launched into space costs upward of $2,500, and having them planted as a tree starts at $50.

Thirteen per cent of respondents said financial reasons influenced their burial plans. More people were influenced by personal beliefs (47%) and family traditions (24%).Yet, nearly one-third of respondents (30%) said they would choose differently if they did not have to take these factors into account.

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The best paperbacks coming out in January | Saturday Review – The Times

Posted: January 9, 2020 at 3:45 am

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Frankissstein: A Love Story by Jeanette Winterson A trans woman doctor starts an affair with the scientist Victor Stein, who is planning to reanimate the head of a man frozen in a cryonics facility. The recently divorced Ron Lord is marketing talking sex dolls for lonely men. And in 1816 Mary Shelley is plotting a new novel . . . This fast-paced tale has fun with the Frankenstein story.Vintage, 8.99

Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid A rocknroll soap opera. The rise and drug-addled fall of a fictional pop group definite shades of Fleetwood Mac told in glorious Seventies detail.Arrow, 8.99

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Cryonics | Definition of Cryonics by Merriam-Webster

Posted: December 28, 2019 at 4:41 am

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: the practice of freezing a person who has died of a disease in hopes of restoring life at some future time when a cure for the disease has been developed

1966, in the meaning defined above

earlier cryonic (from cry- + -onicin bionic) + -ics)

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Cryonics. The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cryonics. Accessed 28 December 2019.

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medical : a procedure in which a person's body is frozen just after he or she has died so that the body can be restored if a cure for the cause of death is found

: the practice of freezing the body of a person who has died from a disease in hopes of restoring life at some future time when a cure for the disease has been developed

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Bizarre ‘Frozen’ Theory Is Nearly 50 Years In The Making – HuffPost

Posted: November 23, 2019 at 12:09 pm

A bizarre Disney theory has been floating around since the release of Frozen in 2013, and people just cant... let it go.

The theory shows up on Reddit,on Twitter,and its regularly perpetuated in articles about Frozen.

The people demand to know:Did Disney name the movie Frozen so stories about Walt Disneys frozen head would stop showing up on a Google search?

Google screenshotIs Walt Disney's head really frozen?

The legend of Walt Disney being cryogenically frozen is easily one of the most enduring pop culture conspiracy theories. Its impressive considering all indications are that he was cremated. But no matter how many times the notion has been put on ice in the last 50 years, it keeps being revived, popping up again and again, serving as the butt of jokes in TV shows such as 30 Rock and Family Guy.

With Frozen 2 coming to theaters on Nov. 22, now seems as good a time as any to find out if the franchise had anything to do with the theory.

The answer, according to writer/director Jennifer Lee? Hell snow.

In a 2018 interview about another one of her movies, A Wrinkle in Time, HuffPost asked if shed heard about the theory.

I have heard that one, Lee said. These are things where Im like, we called it Frozen for thematic reasons, and we called it Disneys Frozen because Disney made the film. Disney paid for the film and distributed it.

Lee, who heads Disney Animation Studios, said all her creative energy went into the movie itself. She added with a laugh, I wish I were that clever.

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The rumor that Walt Disney was frozen after his death has a few possible origins.But the theory seems to have been traced back to a 1972 interview between The Los Angeles Times and Robert Nelson, a former TV repairman who was enamored with cryonics and became the president of the Cryonics Society of California.

In comments from the interview surfaced by Los Angeles Magazine, Nelson mentions that Disney wanted to be frozen but claims he missed out. Weeks after his death in December 1966, a man named James Bedford became the first to freeze. (Hes still chilling today.)

In Nelsons 2014 memoir, Freezing People Is (Not) Easy, he recalled his rise and fall in the field of cryonics including a scandalin which nine bodies Nelson was preserving in a cemetery vault in Chatsworth,a Los Angeles suburb,had thawed out. He also describes how he believes the Disney legend started.

According to the book, shortly before Disneys death, Nelson received a call from a woman who described herself as an associate of the Walt Disney Studio. The Disney rep had called to get information on cryopreservation, including what facilities there were, what doctors were involved and how many people had been frozen.

Nelson wrote that his heart sank. No one had been frozen yet, and no cryogenic facility existed. He gave the rep the names of two doctors, Dr. Dante Brunol and Dr. Renault Able, who were scientific collaborators. She thanked him and the call ended.

Nelson died in 2018 and is currently frozen at the Cryonics Institute. But in researching the origins of the Disney story, we were led to Dr. Michael Perry, a historian of cryonics, whos been interested in the field since the 1960s and is a member of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation. Perry, whod known Nelson since 1990, had helped him with his memoir, performing such tasks as fact-checking.

Perry confirmed Disney wasnt frozen.

As far as any of us knows, and according to all the claims I have ever seen, he was cremated, not frozen, he told HuffPost.

He also said Nelsons description of the Disney call is accurate.

Disney studios did briefly contact him, Perry said. It was before his organization, Cryonics Society of California, had frozen anybody. They didnt have any real facilities. They had a couple of doctors they worked with, but theyre not really doing it yet. And thats pretty much it. Apparently, that was the only contact (Nelson) had, just that one phone call.

One call was enough, it seems, to perpetuate the rumor.

Some rumors just wont die down, and I think it just captures peoples attention, and they keep it going, Perry said. Maybe people find it intriguing that Disney might be frozen.

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Latest Research report on Cryonics Technology Market Size predicts favorable growth and forecast – TheLoop21

Posted: October 27, 2019 at 3:01 pm

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Posted: October 24, 2019 at 11:30 am

New York City, NY: October 22, 2019 Published via (Wired Release) Essential Business Strategies Global Cryonics Technology Market provides extensive research and detailed analysis of the present market along with future outlook. The report content includes orientation technology, market, drivers, geographic trends, market statistics, market estimates, producers, and equipment suppliers of cryonics technology industry. It also profiles and analyzes the leading companies and several other prominent companies operating in the Cryonics Technology Market. It also analyzes the industry future trends, risks, and entry barriers, status, development rate, cryonics technology market factors, opportunities and challenges, sales channels, distributors. It helps you understand the technical jargon that offers ease and convenience to you in understanding the report contents. The study provides detailed information on the established Cryonics Technology market with a clear perceptive of global market players and emerging market associations through market research reports.

Complete Analysis of the report contains the current market scenario as well as a market forecast till 2029. The forecast is also supported by the elements affecting the market dynamics for the forecast period. Various applications, product types, geographical regions, and market value are focused in this wide report scope. The study includes all active constraints, restraints, openings, market challenges and also outlines the historical data, current and future momentum of the market. The market is a widening field for top candidates including-Praxair, Cellulis, Cryologics, Cryotherm, KrioRus, VWR, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Custom Biogenic Systems, Oregon Cryonics, Alcor Life Extension Foundation, Osiris Cryonics, Sigma-Aldrich, Southern Cryonics.

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Slow freezingVitrificationUltra-rapid

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What is Cryonics?

Cryonics is the low-temperature freezing (usually at 196 C or 320.8 F or 77.1 K) and storage of a human corpse or severed head, with the speculative hope that resurrection may be possible in the future. Cryonics is regarded with skepticism within the mainstream scientific community. It is a pseudoscience, and its practice has been characterized as quackery.

Cryopreservation technology is used for the preservation of living cells and tissues at very low temperature.

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Cryonics technology adopted by medical sector to preserve living body organs which can boost the demand of this technology. Government investment in medical sector and increasing deaths caused by incurable diseases are the major driving factor for this industry.

In 2018, the global Cryonics Technology market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on the global Cryonics Technology status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Cryonics Technology development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study. Praxair. Cellulis. Cryologics. Cryotherm. KrioRus. VWR. Thermo Fisher Scientific. Custom Biogenic Systems. Oregon Cryonics. Alcor Life Extension Foundation. Osiris Cryonics. Sigma-Aldrich. Southern Cryonics

Market segment by Type, the product can be split intoSlow freezingVitrificationUltra-rapid

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