Movie Story: A Man Frozen in the Hope of Bringing Him Back to Life!

An event that will be the subject of movies took place in Australia. A man was frozen at minus 200 degrees in the hope of being brought back to life in the future. Here are the details!

Every day, vehicles equipped with new technologies, artificial intelligence, computer technologies and endless innovations enter our lives. One of these innovations was a human being who was frozen in the hope of being ‘brought back to life’ in the future.

The event that took place in Australia is almost like a movie scenario. A person was frozen at minus 200 degrees Celsius in the hope of coming back to life years later.

Human Body Stored at Minus 200 Celsius!

The Southern Cryonics company in Australia recently announced that they have successfully frozen a man in his 80s.

Emphasizing that the process is extremely stressful, company owner Philip Rhoades stated that a series of procedures must be performed on different days and that serious problems can occur if each step is not properly prepared.

Back to Life

While it was announced that the freezing process was performed on the unnamed man in his 80s, it was stated that the process started immediately after his death on May 12.

After the procedures were recorded step by step, the old man’s lifeless body was first moved to the hospital’s cold room and packed with ice. A special fluid was pumped into the body to preserve its cells. Finally, it was covered in dry ice and placed at minus 80 degrees Celsius.

The body was brought to Southern Cryonics’ Holbrook facility, where its temperature was lowered to minus 200 degrees Celsius before being placed in a special vacuum tank.

This 10-hour process was carried out to increase the person’s chances of being resuscitated. In addition, Southern Cryonics received about 160 thousand dollars from its first customer for this procedure.

Gül Demirci

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