This is real
Last edited by michael; 08-28-2009 at 02:30 PM.
Reason: typo correction
Did you just hear about this? Because this is old news to me, people have been doing this kind of stuff for decades.
Hm... I'd hate to think what happens if the funding and service necessary to maintaining the frozen people were lost. I wouldn't bother; if I wanted to break things down into as simply as I could;
-The spirit world, a more generalized concept of "heaven", reincarnation, or any other process of continued life is true, and this is pointless. Or...
-We're accidents who cease to live or exist in any form after death, in which case I still find it pointless.
Ooh, it's "endorsed by clergy and theologans!" I guess if I was generically religious without any specific ideals or dedicated practices, that'd suffice.
I don't mean to rain down on your interest, however; this is primarily to obtain forum experience points, or whatever.
Last edited by James Ruglia; 08-30-2009 at 12:00 AM.
I have heard of this stuff for years now too. It just has such a science fiction feeling about it, that I have trouble believing it is even real.
Good Avatar James Ruglia, thats Squall right?
Oh and the cryogenics thing, ever watch Futurama?
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"Science Fiction precedes Science Fact", also, "Truth is stranger than Fiction"
Originally Posted by michael
Last edited by XeroDrift; 09-21-2009 at 11:37 PM.
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Yeah. Science fiction has precedes science fact a lot of times. Cell phones and such.
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