@DwayneTheCockJohnson, Most of them...
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, i believe its along the lines of terminally ill people given the option, and its more the pretense of donating your body to the experiment than actual expectation of survival
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, Walt Disney was actually still alive, he's just waiting till all the Jews are gone
@TwitchingJacob, it’s a separate service in which it has to be paid fully or in payments. Some of them even decided to only have their heads preserved thinking technology will be able to make them be new bodies
@Not him again, "PUT ME BACK IN!"
Id take the money and toss them out
@Zaann, I'm pretty sure I've heard of cases before where this happened.
@Zaann, there was a power outage at one place and basically every body was thrown out
@EddySteady, that's sort of how Idiocracy begins isn't it?
@A Math Dealer, one of these facilities actually went out of business and the bodies had to be returned and be buried
So...dead people in freezers?
@A Math Dealer, not quite. It depends heavily on how they were frozen. If it was too slow, they'd freeze to death, and if it was too fast, they'd die from shock, but there is a margin in which their cells are frozen but still alive.
@Marida Cruz, all I could think of after reading this was
"so you're telling me there's a chance"
@Marida Cruz, assuming brain activity isn't harmed in the process
@Empshok, it probably will be, which is why if these people are eventually woken up they'll probably have varying degrees of brain damage or amnesia.
@Marida Cruz, the the top running facilities that do this don’t freeze them at their deaths, they take over when they are near death and administer as so called anti freeze solution into their blood and then freeze them. There has to be some point of life still happening in order for a “successful” revival in which neither company has ever shown
Bunch a frozen corpses. Even if they can cure their disease they cant give them back all theyre dead braincells. And even if they somehow could they wouldnt be the same people that went into the ice. Theyed be blank slates.
@BlazingBowman, flash freezing supposedly keeps cells intact
@Not him again, intact but dead. And without oxygen your braincells will die. I dont claim to be an expert but the things in those pods arnt alive theyre dead as a door knob.
@BlazingBowman, yeah I definitely don't know enough about it, but what you're saying makes sense
@Not him again, you ever see that episode of southpark where cartman freezes himself to go to the future? Convinces butters to leave him out in a snowstorm and take his clothes?
@BlazingBowman, the way these companies advertise the process is they run an anti freeze solution into the body via injection. This is supposed to prevent the water in the cells from expanding at being frozen which destroy the cell walls and cause eventual death. They are called in to perform this process just at near death then placed in a sleeping bag to prevent instant cold burns from being submerged in liquid nitrogen. What I have not seen as evidence is anyone being successfully revived from being frozen which makes all this null if they ever find a cure. The second thing is some of these people choose the option have their heads removed form their bodies and those being preserved instead.
Boy I’ve played Fallout and seen What happened to Monday, I ain’t trusting that shjt
And guess what happens if the facility isn’t making enough money to keep it running...
Apparently some people have just their heads frozen because its cheaper and that's all they technically need to revive "you"
At what point do tissues start to go necrotic though?