January 15, 2018
Human corpses frozen by cryogenics could be brought back to life in the next decade, an expert has claimed.
Around 350 people worldwide have had their corpse preserved at low temperatures immediately after death in the hope it can be revived in the future.
Dennis Kowalski, president of the Michigan-based Cryonics Institute – an organisation fronting the human freezing process – has now claimed scientists could reanimate one of these corpses within the next ten years.
Speaking to the Daily Star, Mr Kowalski, 49, said: ‘If you take something like CPR, that would have seemed unbelievable 100 years ago. Now we take that technology for granted.
‘Cryonically bringing someone back to life should definitely be doable in 100 years, but it could be as soon as ten.’
Mr Kowalksi’s Cryonics Institute has almost 2,000 people signed up to be frozen after they die.
This article was posted: Monday, January 15, 2018 at 9:42 am