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Max More talks cryonics on Theo Von podcast

A huge number of people still haven’t even heard about cryonics. Most of those who have understand little about it. I was therefore pleased when Theo Von invited me onto his podcast. His episodes bring between 250,000 and 1.6 million views. Theo has over 400 podcasts and you can find his standup special on Netflix. […]

A-1132 became Alcor’s 196th patient in July 2022

A-1132, a whole body cryopreservation member, was pronounced legally deceased in July 2022 in California. Suspended Animation, Inc. performed a standby and blood washout. SA transported the patient to Alcor in Scottsdale, Arizona. Cryoprotectant perfusion was successfully completed.

A-3525 became Alcor’s 194th patient in June 2022

A-3525, a 58-year-old whole body cryopreservation member, was pronounced legally deceased in June 2022 in Florida, USA. Suspended Animation, Inc. carried out a standby and blood washout and transported the patient to Alcor in Scottsdale, Arizona. Cryoprotective perfusion was attempted but was unsuccessful.

A-3523 became Alcor’s 193rd patient in June 2022

A-3523, a 74-year-old neurocryopreservation member, was pronounced legally deceased in June 2022 in Florida, USA. Suspended Animation, Inc. performed a field washout. The patient was transported back to Alcor in Scottsdale, Arizona where neuroseparation took place. Cryoprotective perfusion was performed using the field-style bladders to control the cryoprotectant ramp.

A-3434 became Alcor’s 191st patient in February 2022

A-3434, a 90-year old neurocryopreservation member, was pronounced legally deceased in February 2022 in California, USA. There was a standby and stabilization began promptly. A field cryoprotection was performed and the patient transported to Alcor on water ice. A-3434 was Alcor’s 191st patient.

A-1118 became Alcor’s 192nd patient in May 2022

A-1118, an 81-year-old neurocryopreservation member, was pronounced legally deceased in May 2022 in Indiana, USA. I.C.E. performed a standby with full medications and stabilization and field cryoprotection and transported the patient to Alcor on dry ice. A-1118 is Alcor’s 192nd patient.

Alcor conference marking our 50th year

Alcor is holding its first conference in seven years, celebrating half a century in operation. Come join us in Scottsdale on June 3-5, 2022. Featured speaker: We are delighted to announce the in-person presence of David Chalmers, one of the most famous contemporary philosophers (and cognitive scientists) who specializes in the areas of philosophy of […]

Read the Fourth Quarter 2021 Issue of Cryonics!

The current issue of Cryonics magazine, published online, packs in plenty of good reading. Following the explanation of the Donor Challenge, in “Limits to Limits to Growth”, Max More critically reviews the infamous and Malthusian 1972 Club of Rome’s report Limits to Growth and how its claims have held up since. An accompanying piece, “Peak […]