A future where human beings can be preserved, revived and provided a longer life, or perhaps immortality, strikes me as an inevitability. I’m curious about the potential psychological impact of it, though. I wonder how difficult it might be for a revived person to adapt to their new environment. I also wonder how they’ll be treated by society at large — as relics, perhaps? Or as a sort of novelty? Lots of interesting questions posed by this topic, which I suppose is why I find it so intriguing. :)

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