It’s a process known as” human Ice Cream Science.” It’s a process that’s been talked about and practiced since the 60s.
Cryonics is defined as “a whole of operations to freeze a living being and bring it back to earth in the future”. The first appearance of cryonics is a 1964 book by physics teacher Robert Ettinger called “the Prospect of Immortality”, that is, the possibility of immortality. The word Cryonics is derived from the Greek word for cold.By the end of the 1970s, he had established 6 Cryonics companies in America alone. Alcordur is the largest of these companies and has more than 170 frozen people in it.
The principle of not working is that people who have just died are first put in ice and brought to the company. First, they are taken for surgery and given drugs that will slow down methobolism. A mechanical pump is connected so that the liquid flow does not stop, and the patient is intubated to ensure that the oxygen continues.
It is then placed in the capsule. (An exact temperature rating is not shared, but it is known to be a degree below 0.) Because the blood, which is 60% water, will freeze at this temperature, the blood in the body is removed and replaced by cryo protective liquid. And it’s starting to wait from stainless steel capsules until the day it’s revived…