“…Samuel Tisherman, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, is the leader of a team that has successfully put a human being in suspended animation.
Describing the successful operation as “a little surreal,” Professor Tisherman told New Scientist how he removed the patient’s blood and replaced with ice-cold saline solution.
The patient, technically dead at this point, was removed from the cooling system and taken to an operating theatre for a two-hour surgical procedure before having their blood restored and being warmed to the normal temperature of 37C…”
Do you know how easy it would be to murder stupid people with this technology? Especially when it’s perfected. The doctors be like “Oh, we’ll revive you in 50 years when we find a cure.” Right… if you believe that I have a bridge to sell you at the bottom of the ocean.