The past year has been great for cryonics:
- In 2015, Cryonics Institute set a record for new memberships. They also hired several new staff members, funded upcoming research projects, and are generally growing faster than they ever have.
- The film “NEW” came out a few months ago — depicting a reasonably realistic cryonics revival scenario.
- Alcor published “Preserving Minds, Saving Lives”: A comprehensive book on the case for cryonics.
- The Brain Preservation Prize was won last month.
- And two separate research teams published independent, peer-reviewed proof in Nature and the Journal of Cryobiology showing that cryonics can successfully preserve entire brains down to the last neuron/synapse.
Thankfully, cryonics hasn’t gotten any more expensive as the technology has improved. So it’s still a great time to sign up. If you want help with that, or you have questions about cryonics, drop me an email. It would be great to hear from you.