So how about it? Would you like to be cryogenically frozen and then brought back to life 100 years later, minus whatever faculties you lost during the interim?
Yeahbut, yeahbut! They did it with zebra fish, man! How hard could it be to do with humans?
Can anybody tell how this affected the zebra fishes’ ability to read, speak, or think? I mean, my zebra fish just sort of swam around all the time. I don’t think he had much in the way of faculties to lose.
Go to sleep for 100 years… and what sort of a world would you wake up in?
I like the plan for immortality given us by God in Jesus Christ. I like that plan and want to keep it.
6 comments on “‘Do You Want to Live Forever?’ (2017)”
Amen. Who on earth would want the pseudo life!
I’ll stick with God’s plan for immortality, thank you very much. And just imagine what it would feel like to fall asleep and then open your eyes and find yourself … where? I can only imagine that your first thought would be something like “Hey, wha’ happened? Where the h*ll am I?” Considering that such an event happening over and over without any chance of going to Heaven, the second question might carry its own answer, i.e., Hell.
To see nothing of what might happen to your brain after a couple of deep freezes.
People don’t have themselves frozen unless they are terminal – have never heard of a healthy person being frozen. If this technique is perfected maybe it could be used for space travel – only God knows the future. Great article, by the way.
I heard Ted Williams was frozen after he died… but bringing him back has proved beyond the skill of Real Smart People.
Perhaps the greatest folly ever. Frankly, until things are restored to God’s originally intended state, I couldn’t imagine wanting to come back from the dead.