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Alcor Life Extension Foundation preserves 199 dead bodies in nitrogen


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USA’s Alcor Life Extension Foundation has claimed that it will soon develop the scientific way to rebirth. The company, in USA’s Arizona, has preserved the dead bodies of around 199 people only with the hope that once the technique is developed, they will get respite from their illnesses, and they will come back to life. With this hope of these people getting their lives back, Alcor has reserved their dead bodies in nitrogen tanks and the company calls them ‘patients’ who lost their lives because of illnesses like cancer, paralysis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, etc.

Dead bodies preserved this way are called ‘cryopreserved’. Among these bodies, the youngest is that of a Thai child, who had lost her life at the age of 2 because of brain cancer in the year 2015. Alcor’s CEO, Max Moor has said that both of the child’s parents are doctors and despite getting multiple brain surgeries performed on her, nothing helped. Hal Finney, who pioneered bitcoin, is also a ‘patient’ at Alcor. After he lost his life in 2014 due to paralysis, his body is being preserved here.

The process of cryopreservation is highly different, after the legal announcement of a person’s death, the blood and other fluids from the body are ejected out, which are then replaced with special chemicals, which prevent the boy from getting damaged, after which the dead body is preserved in extremely cold temperatures like glass.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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