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ryanschude:

Ray Kurzweil for TIME Magazine.
©Ryan Schude
zeeperscreepers:

I love the pseudo-science aspect of cryonics. I also like how it seems a tad outdated. The overly digitized quality of this photo reeks of the 90’s to me. Is cryonics out of style? How can we make cryonics hip? Also: This is a photo titled “Birth” from the Alcor website. Do they mean the “birth” that occurs after your first original birth, and then after your death?
supplyside:

hypersleep
wired:

Life after death, for most people, is a faithful belief in a spiritual hereafter, a transfer to a higher, non-bodily consciousness. For cryonics enthusiasts, however, a “second life” – or more accurately, a resuscitated life with a little help from freezer storage – here on Earth is the goal.
The Prospect of Immortality is a six-year study by UK photographer Murray Ballard, who has traveled the world pulling back the curtain on the amateurs, optimists, businesses and apparatuses of cryonics.
More [including a giant, epic gallery of Ballard’s images!] @ Raw File.
acqua-marine:

Alien watcher by bubblenjb