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...
We still need a Plan B to try to keep people alive, and that is cryopreservation for those unlucky to die before we can cure aging.
this video Dr. Fahy discusses the latest advances in the field of Cryonics, including vitrification and organ banking.
“We have achieved two of the three alchemists’ dreams: We have transmuted the elements and learned to fly. Indefinite Lifespan is next.” — Max More
In celebration of the upcoming Alcor 2015 Conference, this week’s Video Friday is a “Frozen Friday” too.
PBS’ award winning science program Nova visited Alcor’s cryonics facility in Arizona in 2013 and made this well produced program about it.
Video Friday: Dr. Max More at the Church of Perpetual Life — Cryonics & the Future of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Max More, President & CEO of Alcor Life Extension Foundation, on Cryonics & the Future of Emergency Medicine.
A recent publication in journal Rejuvenation Research from Humanity+ chair Dr. Natasha Vita-More and Mr. Daniel Barranco of the University of Seville has demonstrated that some long term memories can be preserved in an animal model, the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).
Over six hours of deep science and technical videos on cryopreservation and cryobiology.
The only limit to what we can repair is our imagination.