After a tumultuous childhood, TV repairman Bob Nelson had finally found a sense of stability for himself and his young family--until the day he discovered Cryonics: the freezing of human beings. Nelson devoted himself to cryonics, passionately struggling to preserve the lives of close friends and others--including a young girl dying of cancer--until a future day when advances in science would enable them to be reanimated and potentially cured of their ailments.
One of the pioneers of cryonics, Bob Nelson, discussed the science behind the theory that people can be frozen immediately after their death and brought back to life at some later date. He was joined in the second hour by his co-authors on Freezing People Is (Not) Easy, Sally Magana and Kenneth Bly. The final hour of the show was devoted to Open Lines. ... More »Host: George Noory