Aging kills about 100,000 humans each day. If you help to hasten the defeat of aging by just one day, then you can potentially save 100,000 lives. About 36,500,000 humans die each year from aging. Nothing is more tragic than aging. This book is meant to spread the message that defeating aging is both feasible and desirable. This book is about why funding should be increased for longevity research.
This short book focuses on reasons why human cryopreservation and cryonics is ultimately desirable. This is done by examining specific reasons why utilizing cryonics may be beneficial, and also by examining potential objections to utilizing cryonics and why these are ultimately likely unfounded. Whether or not to try and utilize cryopreservation is ultimately a personal choice and this book attempts to help provide a way of making a more informed personal decision.
"To Be or, Not to Be...Cryo-Preserved"