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Effects of Cryogenic Freezing

Title: Effects of Cryogenic Freezing
Category: /History/Middle East History
Details: Words: 1202 | Pages: 4 (approximately 235 words/page)
Effects of Cryogenic Freezing
Well sports fans, for those of you who know who Ted Williams is, you know he may have been the most gifted baseball player of the 20th century. However, his recent dance with physical immorality has made him one of the most exciting stories of the 21st century. You may be asking, "Physical immortality? No one is physically immortal, and there is no way anyone will ever be able to become immortal. However, this insane …showed first 75 words of 1202 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1202 total…of cryogenics and the ethical and physical benefits and drawbacks of this hot and controversial topic. The information I have informed you of are reasons enough for the family of Ted Williams to place him in a cryogenic state, and may stand as basis for others to have themselves or the people they love to be cryogenically frozen. Though it seems impossible, cryogenic freezing may be more of a reality than we ever imagined before.

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