In 1962, Robert Ettinger published The Prospect of Immortality that set the frame for cryopreservation. In 2015 and 2016, Murray Ballard conducted research work that aimed at documenting this practice through photography and at embarking the spectators in a journey among cryonicists worldwide. To this day, about 200 human beings are permanently preserved in liquid nitrogen, and 2000 others have...
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