Problem solved for British Columbia Canada, for in 1999 they passed laws to outlaw Human Cryogenic Services, so you can not freeze the dead for profit… I guess they saw it as a money grab from loved ones, cause who’s going to pay to thaw them out and cure them in the future, say in 100 years, anyways?
British Columbia, Canada
For More Information:
- THE CRYONICS SOCIETY OF CANADA (CSC)
The Cryonics Society of Canada (CSC) is a Canadian non-profit corporation dedicated to informing Canadians about cryonics and cryonics in Canada.
- BRITISH COLUMBIA’S ANTI-CRYONICS LAW
(The first part of what follows appeared in the June 1991 issue of CRYONICS magazine. The law is now
Section 14 of Bill 3, passed 2004). British Columbia is the only legal jurisdiction known to cryonicists to have a law against cryonics. The Cemetery and Funeral Services Act, Bill 42, became law in British Columbia in April 1990. Under the heading “Arrangements Forbidden” is Part 5, Section 57: “No person shall offer for sale or sell any arrangement for the preservation or storage of human remains based on cryonics, irradiation or any other means of preservation or storage, by whatever name called, that is offered or sold on the expectation of the resuscitation of human remains at a future time.”
- RationalWiki’s – Cryonics
Cryonics is the practice of freezing clinically dead people in liquid nitrogen with the hope of future reanimation. Presently-nonexistent sufficiently advanced nanotechnology or mind uploading are the favored methods envisioned for revival.
- International Business Times – Cryogenically frozen rabbit brain returned ‘near-perfectly’ from preservation — February 10, 2016
A cryogenically frozen rabbit brain has been returned from preservation in near-perfect condition. Researchers behind the breakthrough say there is no reason their technique could not be applied to larger mammals, including cows and primates, for long-term cryogenic preservation.