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  3. Freezing, either cryogenically (below °C) in liquid nitrogen or at higher temperatures in standard laboratory freezers, is the most popular form of preservation.
  4. Nov 18,  · What is cryogenics? Cryogenic freezing is the process of preserving a dead body with liquid nitrogen. Advocates believe that scientists will one day .
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  6. Jan 15,  · Human corpses frozen by cryogenics could be brought back to life in the next decade, an expert has claimed. Around people worldwide have had their corpse preserved at low temperatures.
  7. Cryogenics, production and application of low-temperature phenomena. The cryogenic temperature range has been defined as from − °C (− °F) to absolute zero (− °C or − °F), the temperature at which molecular motion comes as close as theoretically possible to ceasing completely. Cryogenic.
  8. Genetic Science. How Cryonics Works. by Stephanie Watson. The History of Cryonics. Prev NEXT. Dr. James Bedford. Photo courtesy Alcor Life Extension Foundation ­The first person to be cryogenically frozen was a year-old psychologist, Dr. James Bedford, wh­o was suspended in His body is reportedly still in good condition at Alcor.

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