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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