- Language talk: Dutch
Einz is a two-year-old girl from Bangkok who lost her battle with brain cancer. She is also the youngest person to ever be cryogenically frozen at the request of her Buddhist parents. Their oldest son, fifteen-year-old whiz kid Matrix, explores whether science can one day help his sister Einz to be reborn. Hope Frozen follows the family, who hope to experience her rebirth in a new body.
What is it so disturbing in the idea of freezing one person, chasing an extension of life? Luca Consoli, science ethicist at Radboud University, studies scientific misconduct, science and virtue ethics. He is going to unravel the complex mix of scientific, ethical and religious controversies associated to cryonics.
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