cryonics

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the freezing of a seriously ill or recently deceased person to stop tissues from decomposing

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Friday Demolition Man ITV4 9pm Sci-fi thriller, starring Sylvester Stallone as John Spartan, a maverick cop cryonically frozen in the 1990s, and thawed by the authorities in 2032 to catch Wesley Snipes' ruthless crime lord.
"And I'm not sure Disney's head really is cryonically frozen." (It isn't.)
Ben and Rachel, siblings in their early teens, discover the cryonically (if that's the right word) suspended bodies of two similarly aged youngsters in a capsule buried in the garden of their uncle an eccentric scientist.
James Bedford became the first person to be cryonically frozen with the hope he would be revived in the future [he remains a corpsicle];
SHOCKING film of a person being cryonically frozen is to be shown on television for the first time later this month.
A WOMAN is to be shown being cryonically frozen on television this month.
Transhumanists have become increasingly visible in the media, often for their outspoken advocacy of all things technological: In a memorable encounter last year, transhumanist Max More, co-founder of the Extropy Institute, debated University of Virginia bioethicist Jonathan Moreno on CNN's Crossfire about the ethics of cryonically freezing the head of baseball great "Fed Williams.