Which famous person would you cryogenically freeze for future generations and why?
Living, probably Stephen Hawking. However, most of the individuals I find interesting are already dead; nevertheless, I would have probably frozen Newton, Shakespeare and Mozart - maybe Beethoven and Dostoevsky?...
I would have frozen both John Steinbeck and Charles Bukowski. They were fantastic writers who not only explored literature and the way people read, but they definitely had a grasp of the realities of the world.
John Paul II because he had a very positive impact on millions of people and he was the only person in the world who succeeded in gathering the representatives of all religions in the world to pray together and send messages of piece.
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