Why not Cryonics

Robert Steven steven at MSHRI.ON.CA
Tue Aug 20 09:58:41 EST 1996


>Haven't some smaller animals been known to survive freezing?
>Mike

Scientists studying the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans routinely
store frozen stocks of their strains at -70 degrees Celsius. I don't know
the maximum
length of time they can survive frozen, but several years is definitely not a
problem.

Rob Steven





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