The Earliest Account of a Near Death Experience, Alcor Cryonics, and Harvard University Study of Aging and the Reversal of Aging

The earliest account of a near death experience was recorded by Plato in his Myth of Er which was written around 400 BC. Alcor, a facility which employs cryonics to place human beings into a suspended state with the hopes of reanimating them at a later time, has developed a system which allows for a body or head to be frozen without significant damage being dealt to the tissues themselves. The process is lengthy and complicated but at its core, it’s essentially desanguination, installation of me...

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