CRYONICS is the practice of preserving people at ultra-low temperature for possible revival in a distant future, when science can cure all disease, can rejuvenate old people to a condition of perpetual youth, and can reverse all damage due to the preservation process.
If you are interested to discuss cryonics and related topics such as life extension, anti-aging, physical immortality, mind uploading, transhumanism you are welcome to join the group.
Usually we meet on the first Saturday of every month at 4 p.m. Regular location: Hazelton Lanes, 87 Avenue Road (a small shopping mall in Yorkville, about 200 m north of Bloor and Avenue intersection). We gather in the Oval Square -- an atrium on the sub-ground floor (MAP) with the sign CRYONICS on our table.
However sometimes date and location can be different -- please check the posted schedule below.
You can check for other cryonics-related events in Toronto on the web page of The Cryonics Society of Canada.
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