US Doctors Use Cryonic Suspension to Save Lives

For those of you interested in cryonic suspension and life-extending technologies, here’s an interesting read from the Sydney Morning Herrald: “US doctors have developed a method of inducing hypothermia to shut down the body’s functions for up to three hours. In tests, they reduced the body temperature of injured pigs from 37C to 10C before operating on them and then reviving them.”

I wonder how this will affect our understanding of near-death experiences?

(For more information on cryonics, see The Alcor Life Extension Foundation’s website.)

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