The incredible announcement comes from Dennis Kowalski, president of the US-based Cryonics Institute – an organisation spearheading the human freezing process.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, Dennis said that the technology is advancing so quickly that he can’t keep up with demand . . .
Dennis – who previously worked as a paramedic – was inspired to get into cryonics by J Robert Freitas’ book Engines of Creation, which focuses on nanotechnology . . .
He went on: “Cryonically bringing someone back to life should definitely be doable in 100 years, but it could be as soon as ten.”
Dennis’ Cryonics Institute in Michigan has almost 2,000 people signed up to be frozen after they die, and 160 patients already frozen in tanks of liquid nitrogen. (Read more from “First Human FROZEN by Cryonics ‘Will Be Brought Back to Life in Just TEN Years'” HERE)