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The confounding world of Cryonics, and the Kiwi scientists trying to … – Stuff.co.nz

NICOLE LAWTON Last updated05:00, June 18 2017 CHRIS MCKEEN/FAIRFAX NZ Stem cells, skin, red blood cells and platelets are all frozen in liquid nitrogen freezer at the New Zealand Blood Service for later use – but not whole bodies. Cryonics, the practice of deep-freezing bodies, remains a controversial area of research with many scientists in New Zealand reluctant to wade into the freezer Continue reading



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Off the Cuffs: Bibbs considers donation, cremation, cryonics – Cecil Whig

ELKTON I spent a fair amount of time in cemeteries last week, said Cuffs, explaining his recent absence from the local scene. Attending memorial services and visiting relatives graves. Billy Bibbs and I nodded, encouraging the North Street Hotel curmudgeon to continue his report. Continue reading



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Frozen in time: why an Ontario man chose cryonic suspension … – Simcoe.com

Simcoe.com Frozen in time: why an Ontario man chose cryonic suspension … Simcoe.com When it came time for Kelly and Phil Watson to say goodbye to their ailing father Brian, they took comfort in knowing they might still meet again in this world Continue reading



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To Be a Machine, book review: Disrupting life itself – ZDNet

To Be a Machine: Adventures among Cyborgs, Utopians, Hackers, and the Futurists Solving the Modest Problem of Death Mark O’Connell Granta 242 pages ISBN: 978-1-78378-196-6 12.99 “We built ingenious devices and we destroyed things.” These words are easy to imagine carved on the tombstone of the human race. In To Be a Machine, where these words appear after an alarming session with people working on artificial intelligence, they’re just one of the many possible futures that Dublin journalist Mark O’Connell visits Continue reading



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Why head transplants won’t disprove the existence of God – The Tidings

Denver, Colo., May 23, 2017 / 03:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With plans for the first human head transplant surgery looming in the next year, a lead doctor on the formidable project has high hopes for the procedure. Along with the aim of finding a new body for a yet-to-be-selected patient, the physician says that the surgery as a first step toward immortality will effectively disprove religion. Continue reading



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Why head transplants won’t disprove the existence of God | Angelus – The Tidings

Denver, Colo., May 23, 2017 / 03:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With plans for the first human head transplant surgery looming in the next year, a lead doctor on the formidable project has high hopes for the procedure. Along with the aim of finding a new body for a yet-to-be-selected patient, the physician says that the surgery as a first step toward immortality will effectively disprove religion Continue reading



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