The following is a list of individuals who have publicly been preserved through cryonics. Many others have been cryogenically frozen; however, medical privacy concerns keep most of their names private.
• James Bedford, the first person to be cryogenically preserved.
• Dick Clair, a TV producer/writer/actor diagnosed with AIDS in 1986. He was involved in Roe v. Michell, which established the right of persons to be cryogenically preserved in California.
• Thomas K. Donaldson, founder of the Cryonics Association of Australia and the Institute for Neural Cryobiology.
• FM-2030 (Fereidoun M. Esfandiary), an Iranian writer who died of pancreatic cancer in 2000. He was the first person to be preserved using vitrification rather than traditional methods.
• Curtis Henderson, a prominent member of several cyronics societies.
• Dora Kent, mother of Saul Kent, a board member of Alcor Life Extension Foundation. Her head was removed and preserved after her death in 1987. She was also the center of a legal battle regarding the circumstances of her death.
• Jeff Leaf, Vice President of Alcor Life Extension Foundation and President of Cryovita. He was preserved after a heart attack in 1991.
• Ted Williams, left fielder for the Boston Red Sox. Williams was frozen after his death in accordance with a "family pact" between two of his children. This sparked a legal battle with his oldest daughter, who believed it was her father's wish to be cremated (as stated in his will).
• John Henry Williams, son of Ted Williams. He was frozen in 2003 following his sudden death from leukemia, fulfilling the pact with his father.
because their reactions are slowing and their brains forget easily.
No, the risk of food poisoning would be too great if chicken has been left out that long.
An example of a hypocrite would be someone who says that smoking is bad, even though they themselves are a smoker
The older a person gets the more they find themselves discriminated against. This is called ageism and it affects millions.
because there is still that void in themselves that never gets filled and they think that the new thing will fill it but it never does.
James Bedford was the first man to be cryogenically frozen. He died of natural causes related to kidney cancer on January 12, 1967 and was frozen several hours later.
He was not cryogenically frozen, the first person to be frozen happened after Walt Disney's death, he was cremated.
They are cryogenically frozen to suspend animation.
They have but have never been successfully unfrozen again
its called using cryonics. or cryogenically bringing a life back.
I believe he was cryogenically frozen inside the ship that was taking off in the final cutscene of halo reach..
Thirty years, from 1967 to 1997.
Michael Jackson's body was buried; he will not be cryogenically preserved.
no he never