By Zachary Uthoff
Liquid helium is the coldest among the noble gasses.
Since humans are similar to frogs in body structure, scientists think there might be a way to freeze humans like frogs.
If the world is already overpopulating then it might get worse if people get cryopreserved for several years.
Is it right to be preserved just so someone can restart their life after so many years?
What if the person actually dies, while being cryopreserved?
I think that just cryopreserving a human head is too far. I don't agree with creating artificial bodies. I don't think that person would really be human anymore.
Also cryopreservation should be limited somehow to prevent overpopulation. If everyone lives longer due to cryopreservation there will definitely be a population problem.