However you want to look at it is fine with me. People apparently have weighed in on the equivalency between a 5 year old and 1000 embryos with the potential to be reanimated and survive the freezing process and they have said the animated one is worth more. I was just showing that the scenario poses a false equivalency and people pick up on it but can’t put their finger on it. The life forms are in different states. I personally would also call ‘suspended animation’ and ‘cryogenic sleep’ a state of death. The freezing is meant to stop or significantly delay degradation of the tissue in the hopes of reviving the life form later.
I would also add that by raising the temperature of the embryos to room temperature it will reveal that they are indeed in a state of death, as the tissue will immediately begin to degrade.
If they were truly just suspended, when the temperature was raised they would reanimate on their own. In that case I would agree with you completely.
Sorry about the late edits. That is the last one.