Information on Resurrection and Human Freezing Experiments

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

The application of frozen and animated people, which we first encounter in science fiction films has already started. So what is this app?

Resurrection, Cryonics.

When we look at the meaning of the word cryonics, we see that it means "freezing people to thaw again at an unknown future time". The person who brought this idea, which looks like it came out of a science fiction movie, to mind is Neil R. Jones, with a novel he wrote in the 1930s.

    By 1967, this idea was first implemented in the United States, and Psychologist James Bedford was the first to be frozen. Bedford, who died as a result of lung cancer at the age of 73, is waiting for the day he will be resurrected in a frozen state. In scenarios in movies, we've seen living people frozen for space travel or to be resurrected in the future.

So why was James Bedford posthumously frozen?

    The answer to this question is actually contained within the term cryonics. Because this application can only be applied immediately after people die. If the procedure is carried out without death, that is, when a person is put to sleep by freezing, euthanasia is performed.

In fact, we can say that the probability of being resurrected is low since such a volunteer has not been practiced yet. When the person to be frozen is put to sleep and frozen voluntarily, there is a higher probability that he will be awakened again because this is how the freezing process takes place.

Human Freezing Stages.

    The body is first started to be cooled with ice blocks. Blood is drawn from the body by entering through the thorax. Instead of blood, glycerol is given at -50 degrees, which will prevent coagulation. Body temperature is reduced to -50 degrees with glycerol. The body is kept in liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees Celsius so that the cells do not deform.

So, how to apply and how much does it cost? Since the company was founded, 230 people have been waiting for the day they will be frozen and thawed. For this, an agreement with the company is required and the transaction is provided through the life insurance policy.

To summarize briefly, you take out life insurance and start paying the required amount there. When you die, you give instructions for this state. After you die, the insurance deposits the money into the company's account, and they freeze you. In the early days, the application was only made in the United States, but now they accept customers from all over the world.

    Let's add it in case anyone is wondering about the price of the application. If you want to freeze only your head, you have to sacrifice 80-100 thousand dollars, if you want to freeze your whole body, you have to sacrifice 180-200 thousand dollars.

The First Resurrection Experiments.

    The first resurrection experiments were carried out by Soviet scientists in the 1940s. Experiments on dogs are carried out as follows. First, the dog was injected with a saline mixture that prevents coagulation. The dog was then expected to die, leaving them breathless. 10 minutes after the death of the dog, the circulatory and respiratory system was connected to the machine and the artificial blood circulation and respiratory system were started to be applied.

Adrenaline was administered to the dog, waiting for the heart and lungs to react again. After irregular heart and breathing, the dog opened its eyes and was brought back to life. Most of the subjects they resuscitated had conditions such as cerebral activity disorders or blindness. Another experiment of the Russians was whether a dog whose head was separated from its body could survive.

The head is separated from the body, and a mechanism is mounted to provide artificial blood circulation and breathing cycle. It has been observed that the dog responds to the stimulus by providing the oxygen flow to the brain with the operation of the machine. The animal, which realized the touch, sound, and lick reflexes, was allowed to live for a few hours, but then the system collapsed.

Resurrection Today.

    University of Arizona's Dr. Peter Rhee said, “If the heart and brain functions have stopped if there is no breathing, you are dead. With the technique we developed, we can bring you back to life.” With his statement, he fell on the agenda like a bomb in 2014. He stated that thanks to a new technique they developed, they were able to resuscitate people who were diagnosed as dead and that the experiments on animals were successful. It is stated that the application is applied on guinea pigs and mice and the success rate is 90%.

Dr. Rhee is assertive that the method can also be successfully applied to humans after obtaining the necessary permissions. Of course, it is stated that the first and most important criterion for this is the time elapsed after the death of the patient. Stating that this method will not work 2 hours after death, Rhee adds that the faster the intervention, the higher the chance of success.

    Dr. Rhee defines the application area of the method as follows. He explains the application of the method in patients with gunshot or knife injuries as follows. He states that if the patient is about to die or his heart has stopped when he arrives, the application can be started immediately and the damage can be prevented by cooling the body.

Stating that the cooling process and blood are taken out, doctors can more easily intervene in a bullet or stab wound, and this time saves doctors an extra 15-20 minutes, Rhee adds that damage to other organs and damage caused by lack of oxygen can also be prevented.

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