Dennis Kowalski, director of the Cryogenic Institute of the United States, said to the press that soon it will be possible to bring back to life the corpses duly criogenizadosed at the time of his death. Thanks to the implementation of stem cells, it will also be possible to rejuvenate them. According to the expert's prediction, this will be possible within the next 50 or 100 years. "After a cardiac arrest, there are between 5 minutes and half an hour to revive a person," explained the scientist. "We found that when we freeze people, we have more time," he concluded.
Kowalski stated that the development of stem cell therapies will, in the future, not only resurrect the Criogenizados dead, but also rejuvenate them to awaken with a completely healthy organism and the vitality of a 20-year-old person. Cryogenics allow a body to be frozen, or its parts, to protect it from natural organic decomposition. In this way, the technique is able to suspend in time the death of the organism, especially the brain. According to the experts, absolute death happens when brain information is destroyed. Source: Daily Mail