Cryogenics Breakthrough? Man Frozen in Liquid Nitrogen For 50 Years Will Be Brought Back To Life

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Cryogenics is an uncertain and mysterious field which may hold the possibility for some human beings to essentially come back to life in the distant future. Most people are dubious as to whether cryogenics will ever achieve its final goal, but according to Robert Nelson, the president of the Cryonics Society of California, it certainly will. He predicts that the first cryogenically frozen individual will be revived in the next fifty years.

The man’s name was James Bedford, and he had died from kidney cancer

Proponents of cryogenics believe that scientists in the future will be able to revive cryogenically frozen dead bodies and cure them of the diseases which caused their deaths. Until that day comes, cryogenic societies focus on the day to day care of frozen bodies and preparing new corpses for the freezing procedure.

Nelson describes the cryogenic freezing process as a fairly elaborate procedure. Freezing needs to occur as soon after death as is possible to prevent potential damage to the brain. The body is first cooled in an ice bath. Following that, the blood is drained from the body and replaced with a kind of organic antifreeze that prevents the accumulation of ice crystals which could cause irreparable damage to the internal organs. The body is then transported to facilities in either Russia or the United States and pumped full of nitrogen gas. The body is then left to freeze over a period of weeks until it has reached a temperature of -196° C. After this point, the body is moved to the patient care bay where it is suspended in liquid nitrogen ready to be awakened at some point in the future.

Nelson’s own facility in California fell into disrepute several years ago when he experienced serious financial problems and the power in his facility was turned off. This resulted in the decomposition of several bodies and a very costly lawsuit with the family members of those who had been lost. Nelson would then experience a campaign of ridicule which caused him to quit the field for more than twenty-five years.

However, speaking to the Daily Mail, Nelson gives no indication that his issues have harmed his faith in the cryogenic process. He described personally freezing the very first individual who submitted to cryogenics in 1967. The man’s name was James Bedford, and he had died from kidney cancer. His body is currently suspended in liquid nitrogen in a facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. Nelson still believes that his very first patient will one day live again.

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