Thursday, September 13, 2012
This is the storage container for the body. Here are 3 more containers.
Have you ever wanted to have your favorite celebrity come back in 50 years. You should have told them about Cryogenic Freezing. Cryogenic Freezing is when you have your body frozen so you can come back to life when they find a cure for cancer, a cure for a disease that they had, or to bring bring them back to life.
Research has been shown that ice crystals were made on their bodys' which will kill some cells and then they cannot come back to life. Research also shows that it has not worked yet but they are keeping the body frozen until they find out bringing them back to life works.
This is a serious issue because it can bring back to life great people of the past. When someone is frozen and brought back to life it is an accomplishment.
Some famous cryogenically frozen people are:
1. Ted Williams-Ted Williams is a baseball legend who played for the Boston Red Sox for his entire 21-year career. Ted's number was #9. He played left-field and won the Triple Crown twice, the first one before serving in World War II, and the second after he returned. Williams was a two-time American League Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner, and led the league in batting six times. He had a career batting average of .344, with 521 home runs, and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966.Williams managed the Washington Senators (later the Texas Rangers) from 1969-72. His nicknames were The Kid, Teddy Ballgame, and the Splendid Splinter. Ted's son,John Henry Williams, is also cryogenically frozen.
2. Dick Clair-Dick Clair was born Richard Jones in San Francisco, California. He served in the military for two years (1955–1957). He never married and never had children. In the early 1970s, Clair performed husband-and-wife comedy routines. He was diagnosed with AIDS in 1986. He died on December 12, 1988.
You are probably wondering where Walt Disney is on the list? He was not actually cryogenically frozen, he was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
There are people cryogenically frozen in movies like:
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery