> The first "cryonauts" met gruesome fates. A few of them decomposed into a "plug of fluids" and were scraped off the bottom of a capsule. The state of cryonics is much more advanced today, but the question remains: Is any of this scientific, or is it just wishful thinking? So far, bodies that have been examined following cryopreservation are hopelessly beyond repair.
its funny because i remember being 16 year old boy and already understanding this shit, without a buck to my name, yet seeing millionaires who were dumber than me, trusting their bodies to strangers, hoping that they would care for their DEAD bodies as if they were alive and their own children. Like really, what a fucking bunch of retards who think they are high IQ, yet can't understand basic shit. When you are dead, you are not protected by law. I could go and piss into your cryopod and what are you going to do? Maximum i could be fined for desecrating corpse, lol, but who would even know, who would even check on your cryopod to see if the ice is piss-stained? No one. Because no one gives a fuck about you once you die, no one is going to to pay electricity bills to keep freezen your corpse for thousands of years, with electricity bill prices rising. Or maybe company will just declare bunkrupcy in a decade and your corpse won't be buried, just defrosted into goeey mass and drained into a toilet. or war will start and electricity would be cut out with your corpse spoiling due to heat. its not new arguments, its how i understood this shit even when i was a kid, but still nice to read about it now, knowing the corpses of those smug fuckers are rotting and they will never wake up