Ohh sorry to hear you were unwell Bill S.

Yes the usual stupidity abounds actually this thread is interesting biology meets QM and we flex the science and get to even discuss some science fiction smile

Talking of that one of the more interesting facts is when the first started doing cryopreserves of people like Walt Disney who paid huge sums on some vein hope that they could be revived in thousands of years. They did not realise that in a mere 5700 years that half the carbon in the body would have decayed so it is going to be much more about genetic advances in being able to clone from partial genetic fragments than having the whole body. The reality was they might as well just frozen a small sample as the entire body.

Useless fact of the day laugh

I believe in "Evil, Bad, Ungodly fantasy science and maths", so I am undoubtedly wrong to you.