Here is a great idea for one of those websites I've run across lately ("360" something is it?). Someone can steal my idea and elaborate if they want, matters not to me.
Cryonics company "A" centuries ago adopted the business model of being a "research organization" that receives "whole body specimens" for such purposes. It is the year 2510, and finally medical technology has managed to say, "We Resuscitated The First Patient!". They are writing a book about it. Their "first patient" was not the first one cryopreserved, though.
Meanwhile, the secretive and elusive Board of Directors of Cryonics company A met to discuss this issue, since it was one of their own specimens. The specific condition of the specimen was considered, and they determined that the technology used on it was only applicable to about 1/3 of the specimens they had in storage. A decision had to be made. What to do with the other 2/3 of the specimens? The cost of liquid nitrogen having gone up to nearly $1000 an ounce factored into their decision.
Cryonics company "B" had long ago arisen from nowhere, become a shooting star, and got shot down by the over-regulators and anti-cryonics sentiment based in the worst of religious superstition.
Cryonics company "C" had their ducks in order and well-sheltered from the shoot. All of their cryopreserved members were still in storage, though the first few hundred of them are about to participate in the latest resuscitation technology. The rest are protected by continuing cemetery laws, from plundering (such as by the Board of Cryonics company A). They will have a chance of taking advantage of even further developments in cryo-resuscitation technology.
It would probably more sheer speculation than even I can provide, to write any further into the future on this subject.
HNY (Happy New Yr) Again,
And Cheers to any who think it may not be,
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