cryonics

PERSISTENCE OF LONG-TERM MEMORY: in Vitrified and Revived Simple Animals

PERSISTENCE OF LONG-TERM MEMORY: in Vitrified and Revived Simple Animals

By Natasha Vita-More First published in Cryonics Magazine “If the aging process is controlled in a similar way in worms and humans, then we can use what we learn about worms to speed our study of higher organisms.” — Cynthia Kenyon Preserving memory after cryonic preservation is a breakthrough science for cryonics, which has been a huge hurdle for cryonics. The research leading to this breakthroug...

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Nanopeople

On a strange and inhospitable waterworld circling Tau Ceti, a spaceship crash-lands, wrecked beyond repair. Its crew, doomed to die within a month from their rapidly dwindling stores and the planet’s poisonous atmosphere, work feverishly to leave a legacy and in some sense complete their mission.

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