Cryonics is coming
to Israel

Cryonics refers to the long-term preservation of the human body in low temperatures (<190°C).

Cryopreservation techniology will enable us to save lives and push the boundaries of our imagination.
We will be able to save lives in cases in which contemporary medicine has no solution.
We will be able to establish organ banking (that will eventually be grown in the lab).
We will be able carry out manned, long term journeys into deep space.

Despite the need for more reseach and the lack of a proof of concept, existing scientific evidence suggest that this technology is within reach, given that the appropriate resources for R&D are provided. Despite these gaps, four operational cryonics facilities exist around the world.

"Being cryopreserved after death is the second-worst thing that could happen. The worst thing is dying without being cryopreserved."
Ben Best, Director of the Cryonics Society of Canada.
"If cryonics were a scam it would have far better marketing and be far more popular".
Eliezer Yudkowsky, AI Researcher (2009)."
"Cryonics might be a suitable subject for scientific research, but marketing an unproven method to the public is quackery".
National Council Against Health Fraud president William T. Jarvis, Ph.D (1992)."

Vision, Science and Technology

Cryonics Israel is a non-profit organization aiming to promote reseach and development, and establish a supporting community.

In the long-term, we aim to establish a cryonics facility in Israel.
We wish to maintain life as we know it, and use cryonics only as a last resort insurance policy.

Beyond the medical-technological challenge, we acknowledge the necessity to make cryonics equally accessible to everyone, as well as protecting the planet and all life on it by minimizing the ecological footprint of such technology as much as possible.

Cryonics by numbers

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I think every death is a tragedy. We learned to accept the cycle of life, but humans have the opportunity to surpass the limits of nature.

Ray Kurzweil, Chief Engineer at GOOGLE

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