It is my personal opinion, not to be undertaken as a dispute while we reisde here in GQ, that when I die I may not be entirely dead. I don’t believe in this afterlife stuff, I mean that I may actually still be “alive” in my body after modern medicine declares me dead.
My wishes, considering my belief as such, are to be frozen in a block of ice and set adrift in the arctic. My hope is that this will both A) protect me from the trauma of being eaten by bugs (as I am deathly afraid of bugs, especially spiders) and B) allow for the possibility that I will be discovered in the future and thawed out, whereupon I shall be healed of the condition that had killed me and thus resurrected.
If this goes according to plan, will my main objectives succeed? Will I be free of insect attack by this plan? And how should I prepare to arrange this, so that it is carried out appropriately when I die?