VICE News spoke with "Hope Frozen" director Pailin Wedel about the interplay of Buddhism and futurism in this one family’s story.
A small but growing number of people are being shipped to America after they die, in the hopes of a second life.
The brains, which were from a slaughterhouse, produced a flat wave as though in a comatose state.
This is not a joke.
I went into it a skeptic—and I still don’t think it’ll work. And yet I’m sold.
Floating in a tank of liquid nitrogen, unable to control our destiny, is very unappealing. But it's much more appealing than being nibbled on by worms and bacteria.
Deep freezing could be coming to the North.
A 14-year-old British teen has been cryogenically frozen in the U.S. after dying from a rare form of cancer.
Murray Ballard has documented everyone from amateur cryonicists in the UK to America's "father of cryonics."
Matthew Deutsch is so invested in cryonics—the process of deep freezing a body with the hope of reanimating it at a later time—he wrote a rock opera about it.
Is cryonics real science, or a New Age religion? A Motherboard investigation.