Is there a difference between being in suspended animation and being cyrogenically frozen? What is the difference?
Cryogenic freezing is the process of cooling down a living creature to the point where cellular decay is slowed or halted, with as little damage to the creature as possible.
Suspended animation is a science fiction concept whereby all physical processes are halted, usually without freezing. There's no known practical way to do it other than cryogenic freezing, though, and even then nobody's managed to freeze and revive anything larger than a rodent.
Crap, It was meant to say "What is the difference between being in suspended animation and beiin cyrogenically frozen"
No, actually, suspended animation is possible. They use a cetin gass that slowes down the body.
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