We are back and today we talk about freezing dead bodies. Yes. That is correct. Today, we are joined by Dennis Kowalski, a director ans scientist at the Cryonics Institute. We talk about the history of cryonics, the process, and the future of this unique science. Dennis was really interesting, intelligent, and passionate about cryonics. Have a listen? Are you down to freeze yourself?
We also talk Conor McGregor, a dead guy found by Mike's old workplace, and some option you have for the afterlife. Just another week on the cast.
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Dennis Kowalski (@CiCryonics) is the president of the US-based Cryonics Institute (CI), a non-profit founded in 1976 by Robert Ettinger, "The Father of Cryonics." CI's goal from the beginning has been to offer the best available cryonics services to the public at an affordable cost.
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