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Old 09-23-2006, 10:45 AM
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Exclamation I need help with my chemistry project for 11!!! =)

I saw on tv that u can freeze a goldfish with liguid nitrogen.
FOr my science fair project i wanna demonstrate how life can be preserved for centuries.
DO u think the goldfish its goinig to die?
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if you are asking for a personal opinion, yes.

If you are asking for the conclusion to the problem statement, "Will a goldfish die when frozen in liquid nitrogen?," then that answer is more complicated. The goldfish itself will die, but it will be perserved. The sicknesses and bacteria will most likely stay alive as well. That is why we freeze patients who die of cancer. They will at one point be unfrozen and the cancer vaccines wil be tested on them.
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if you are asking for a personal opinion, yes.

If you are asking for the conclusion to the problem statement, "Will a goldfish die when frozen in liquid nitrogen?," then that answer is more complicated. The goldfish itself will die, but it will be perserved. The sicknesses and bacteria will most likely stay alive as well. That is why we freeze patients who die of cancer. They will at one point be unfrozen and the cancer vaccines wil be tested on them.
That's good thinking! Can you help me on my project?
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