Daft

The sort of person who pays to be cryogenically frozen in hope of being brought back to life in the future suffers from the worst kind of stupidity and naivete.

If someone cryogenically frozen a hundred years ago (in 1921) were brought back to life today, that person would be condemned and cancelled within moments of regaining consciousness. Likewise, anyone from our day who was restored to life a hundred years from now would wake to charges of racism, sexism, and dozens of even worse accusations of thought crimes that don’t even exist yet, not to mention punishments that don’t exist yet either.

Published by Joshua Gibbs

Sophist. De-activist. Avid indoorsman.

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