Low temperatures create the conditions that preserve tissues for centuries, possibly including the neurological basis of the human mind. Brain tissue can be cooled to cryogenic temperatures without icing through a process called vitrification. The damage associated with this process is theoretically reversible in the same way that rejuvenation is also theoretically possible through specific foreseeable technologies.
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