Australian Cryonic Company Freezes Dead Man To 'Bring Him Back To Life' In Future

A cryonics company in Australia has frozen its first client called ‘Patient One’, in hopes of bringing him back to life in the future. The cryonic process of freezing the patient’s body after death takes approximately 10 hours and costs around $170,000. The body temperature of the patient before being stored in a vacuum pod was around minus 200 degrees Celsius.
Australian Cryonic Company Freezes Dead Man

Southern Cryonics, a cryonic company in Australia has frozen its first client in hopes of bringing him back to life in the future. (Representative Image)

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Southern Cryonics, a cryonic company in Australia has frozen its first client called ‘Patient One’, in hopes of bringing him back to life in the future. The facility, known as Southern Hemisphere is the first cryonic company, currently operating at Holbrook.
“We are thrilled to announce our first successful cryonics suspension with Patient 1!” the company said, as per ABC News Australia.
Their first client, an 80-year-old man died in a Sydney hospital, where he was frozen at minus 200 degrees Celsius, the company referred to him as ‘Patient One’.
The facilities manager, Philip Rhoades said their first client was unexpected. "There were a couple of other people who were existing members who we thought might be likely candidates for being the first but, as it turned out, it was someone who was not an existing member."

How Do Cryonic Procedures Work?According to ABC News, Patient One died on May 12, in a Sydney hospital. The cryonic process of freezing the patient’s body after death takes approximately 10 hours, in hopes they can revive the patient back to life in the future. The man’s body was transferred into a cold hospital room and was packed with ice to bring the body temperature down to six degrees Celsius. Doctors then pump a liquid an ‘anti-freeze’, to preserve body cells and lower the body temperature.
The patient is then wrapped in a specialised sleeping bag, with his body temperature brought down to minus 80 degrees Celsius. The man was then transferred to the Holbrook facility the next day, where he was kept on dry ice, after which it was replaced with liquid nitrogen. The final body temperature before being stored in a special tank that acts as a vacuum pod was around minus 200 degrees Celsius.
The entire procedure costs around $170,000 and takes up to 10 hours to preserve the body. Currently, the Holbrook facility can hold up to 40 bodies, the company believes that it might expand its space.
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