Cryonics is the process of cooling patients down to the level where all physical decay stops and storing them in large vacuum-insulated capsules filled with liquid nitrogen until potential technology can bring them back to life, said Tom Madden, TransMedia's often media-psychic CEO (www.transmediagroup.com).
"Our client, Osiris Back To Life, LLC, wants us to alert the public that their state-of-the-art cryonics facility will be operating in October in Miami, but they are starting to accept 'memberships' from individuals for $295,000, payable now or from proceeds from sale of their home upon their death or through life insurance," Madden continued. Membership entitles person to have their bodies cryogenically frozen immediately as possible upon their death. Members' bodies will be kept frozen for unlimited time until they are revived in the future with no extra monthly or annual cost.
TransMedia said its publicity also will illumine how members also can include packages to have their beloved pets frozen along with them, as well as having their organs available to family members if future health situations warrant.
"Cryonics is that exciting life-extending branch of physics dealing with the production and effects of very low temperatures on substances and even living beings, while a phenomenon called cryogenic sleep could soon even bring astronauts to Mars," said Madden.
"We believe this is a story that will only grow in importance as future medical discoveries include cures for today's major causes of death."
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