In an odd but unusually appropriate category, Alcor received the 2012 award for “Best Second Chance” in the Best of Phoenix awards from the Phoenix New Times: “BEST SECOND CHANCE: Alcor Life Extension Foundation” With a slide show: “Best of Phoenix 2012: Tour Alcor Life Extension Foundation with Max More“
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud alcor contributed a whooping 53 entries.
“What happens to your body after death? Probably what you expect – but then again, this is Arizona, so maybe not.” So leads a 4-page article in Phoenix Magazine. The last 1-1/2 pages are about Alcor. “Death (un) Ltd.” Update: link now goes to the Wayback Machine.
CMAJ April 17, 2012 184 (7) 747-748 PDF version: Spending eternity in liquid nitrogen Web version: Spending eternity in liquid nitrogen
Maybe you can take it with you? “The economic problems with cryogenically freezing your body.”
“Frozen in time: How life insurance can make you immortal.” Update: Link now on the Wayback Machine.
Article covering the cryopreservation of Alcor member Dr. Wesley Du Charme: “Psychologist believed the future can still be his after death.”
Following a Colorado Springs court case where the desire of an Alcor member to be cryopreserved was upheld, the local paper ran this story on Alcor: Cryonics lab Alcor, holder of Springs woman’s remains, takes low-key approach Update: Link now goes to the Wayback Machine.
“Some banking on cryonically freezing after death.”
“With medical advances, many put faith in freezing.”
“A science without a deadline.” Update: Link now goes to the Wayback Machine.