Alcor Conference 2006 - J. Storrs Hall, Ph.D.
Cryonics: A Door into Summer (24 min)

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J. Storrs Hall is an independent scientist and author and a Research Fellow of the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing. Dr. Hall was the founding Chief Scientist of Nanorex Inc., the leading provider of computational modeling tools made specifically for the design and analysis of nanosystems. He is the author of the book Nanofuture: What's Next for Nanotechnology, and of the book Beyond AI: Creating the Conscience of the Machine. His research interests include molecular nanotechnology and the design of useful macroscopic machines using the capabilities of molecular manufacturing. In this talk he examines such questions as: What kind of science, technology, and society awaits those revived from cryopreservation? What kind of world has to exist for cryonics patients to be revived?

Other videos from the 6th Alcor Conference 2006

  • Excerpts (14 minutes). Overview of the conference with short segments from various sections.
  • Ralph Merkle - Nanotechnology and Cryonics (25 minutes).
  • J. Storrs Hall - Cryonics: A Door into Summer (24 minutes).
  • David Friedman - If Life Were a Lot Longer: An Economist's View (26 minutes).
  • Aubrey de Grey - SENS: A Precursor to Cryonic Revival (36 minutes).
  • Brian Wowk - The Cryobiological Basis of Cryonics (42 minutes).