Maria Arkhipova (Bast), coordinator of construction of orbital station MIR-2 , Lawyer of Consortium, a professional state manager in the space industry spoke about the use of cryonics and saving life in the context of the spread of COVID-19.
Maria Arkhipova (Bast) also recalled the forecasts for 2016 prepared by the Space Technologies consortium about the inevitable pandemic in the coming years, and forecasts for a decrease in human life expectancy until the year 2050.
In the video, Maria Arkhipova (Bast) talks about how to save information about a person if a person died during the distribution of COVID-19, about technologies for storing information at low temperatures using cryoprotectants, and also, who is involved in cryonics in Russia, about signing an agreement between the Consortium Space Technologies and the Criorus company, headed by Valeria Pride, which allows you to send the body or brain of a cryonized person into orbit or into space, where they will be more secure, since t excluded the impact of various earthly risks.
Maria Arkhipova (Bast) also talks about the reasons for the lack of reversible cryonics at present and what needs to be done to ensure the right to life, the role of astronautics and space activities, the need to invest in fundamental science.
To the question of how to ensure the right to life in the face of risks on Earth, what technologies are there, Maria Arkhipova (Bast), coordinator of construction of orbital station MIR-2 , Lawyer of Consortium, a professional state manager of the space industry, answers.