I went for 300 hundred but I'm an optimist. I actually hope to get frozen before I'm 30 years old. That way I can still go in my prime. I need to experience life a little now though before I go off into the future!I think I'd want to be frozen for about a thousand years or so... because of the technological advances that will have happened in that thousand years. The world will either have been destroyed by nuclear war, or everyone will live forever. Hell yeah!
According to the guy in the video space travel isn't the intended purpose of this, though it may be useful for that sometime in the future and the leap is pretty logical. Rather, the purpose is to "suspend" people who are otherwise fatally wounded. Effectively, slowing down metabolism enough that even massive blood loss won't kill, and massive brain bleeding won't vegetablize and allow time for the surgeons to get to work. Imagine having the capability to do this in ambulances. Massive trauma victims (in car crashes etc) now have a much greater chance at survival and ambulances can go at a normal speed, preventing more crashes!You guys do realize that this is no fountain of youth? You will be roughly as old when you leave as you were when you entered. This is more practical for deep-space travel, not time capsules.
Curiousness.Hm, I think I'll go ahead and kill the mood.
I see it as being very selfish to want to do something like this... and by "something like this" I'm completely basing this off of what you all are posting because I have no desire to watch the video. Why should you get to experience this time, freeze yourself, and then experience another time? Live, enjoy life, and then go. I don't understand this selfish obsession with wanting to be involved in EVERYthing.