8. okt. 2002

Win life after death

New Scientist brings you the choice of a lifetime.

Live Later and have your body cryogenically preserved. Cryonics - the idea of freezing people when they die ready to be revived and restored to health centuries in the future- has always been controversial. Will it ever work? Here's your chance to find out. If you choose the cryonics prize your body will be frozen at the Cryonics Institute in Michigan upon your death.

Live Now and jet off to Hawaii with a friend. If you'd rather leave the future to itself New Scientist will fly you and a friend to Hawaii for a week to visit the world's highest observatory. Look back millions of years by viewing the stars from Mauna Kea.

It's your choice.

New Scientist: Your chance to win life after death