Frozen in Time

The rich have it so good that one lifetime is not enough: some of them are turning to cryonics in the hopes of someday coming back for more.

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The baseball legend Ted Williams and (if the rumors are true) the film producer Walt Disney are not the only American celebrities spending their afterlives on ice; hundreds of people, in fact, have gambled that cryonics — the practice of storing human remains in a tank of liquid nitrogen — will preserve their physical remains until technology has progressed […]

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