How much would you pay for eternal life?
Firstly, what if they don't get the technology? (well I guess you are no worse off)
Second, what about the grieving process? How do the family grieve?
This leads into my thrid question, Is this desire to be frozen and brought back to life (extending ones life, maybe the concept of living forever) related to a need we have as humans to live forever?
For example, Christians believe in heaven, Some people believe in reincarnation, while others believe their spirits keep living through their family.
Forth, would anyone with a faith do this?
Fifth, When would you bring the person back? (For example, at what stage of the future?)
Sixth, When does it stop? Do I just keep getting frozen every time I die or when there is no cure for a sickness I have?
Seven, I think the rich would be the ones to afford it, so would the poor die out while the greedy rich continue to overconsume?
Linked to question seven, Eight, Do we have to stop having children because all the old people who don't die have filled up the population? Where will all these frozen people go when the earth's resources are used? Mars, until that planet is destroyed, then the next?
Nine, How is our spirituality related to this?
Ten, Who decides if you are "worthy" to be brought back to life? How do you fit into life in a new world?
Anway, just my questions. I can't say I am really in favour of the whole thing.