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A Resident of Vologda Will Be Freezed for 100 Years
5.10.2011 11:57
A Resident of Vologda Will Be Freezed for 100 Years

A neurologist from Vologda has become the 17th person in Russia who has taken such an unusual decision. He thinks that 100 years in a refrigerator is just a deep sleep. Always believing in life after death, Alexey has decided to make his eighty-year-old father immortal and has signed an agreement on freezing. 

      Cryonics is not very popular in Russia and specialists can be found only in Moscow. Alexey considers that experts have offered him the best prices – 1 million rubles for the whole body freeze, 350 thousand rubles for the brain freeze.

      It is not as scary as it seems. People get in a refrigerator only after the death. Clients are kept at -196°C during a century. Alexey is fully confident that in 100 years it will be possible to revive people and wants to sign two more contracts – for himself and for his mother.  

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

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