Plan to bring dead humans to life? The company keeping the dead bodies safe forever for so much money – न्यूज़लीड India

Plan to bring dead humans to life? The company keeping the dead bodies safe forever for so much money


cryogenic freezer use

According to the report of Daily Mail, an Australian company Alcor has developed Hi-Tech Freezer. Its headquarter is in Sydney. The company is using its cryogenic freezer to preserve the dead bodies of people. When scientists develop the technology to bring the dead to life, it will give them a chance to return to the world again.

keep in -200 degree

keep in -200 degree

The company said that customers will have to pay 1.5 lakh dollars. After which they will keep a dead body safe. According to India, this price will be Rs 1.16 crore. According to the company, they will immerse the dead body in nitrogen after payment. It will then be stored in a steel chamber at a temperature of minus 200 °C.

600 will be protected in future

600 will be protected in future

The company said that they are a non-profit organization and they have the space to preserve 40 bodies. Most of which has been reserved for the founders of the company. However, he is expanding this project, under which there are plans to add 600 new spots.

no guarantee of survival

no guarantee of survival

According to the company, they are following the hi-tech process to preserve the dead bodies. Due to this, there will not be much damage to the brain of the dead person and if technology is developed then it will be easy to bring the human back to life. However, they do not guarantee the arrival of this technology or refund the money.

Such a scheme has already come

Such a scheme has already come

By the way, in the 1970s, the Croonics Society in California ran a similar plan. When that company ran out of money, it closed the facility and left nine preserved bodies to rot. However, later the trial took place and the families of the deceased won.

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