And in a 120 years even if there was technology to revive the person why would they? What makes anyone that special? Especially after everyone who knew you was dead? There's very few people as a society that we'd even consider reviving anyway. Just get over it, we all die, and always will.
There are other viable candidates, if you reject the notion that you have to vote democrate or republican. There is McMullin, Johnson, and Castle running as well. It only "sucks" if your dim witted enough to play the "official" game.
Because the US constitution (1st amendment) applies to the *federal* government, not your state or your city government. Your state has it's own constitution (you should read it), and your city has it's own laws as well.
So if a planet in the Goldilocks zone is usually destined to freezing or burning up it seems to suggest a path to terraform Venus. We just need to export an organism that can live there and absorb the CO2 and survive the acidic environment. Some set of microbe that already lives on earth perhaps would fit the bill. Something that could float around in the atmosphere where it isn't quite so hot.
" The robot, a snake-like endoscope that can be directed into any shape through the relative orientations of its linkages, requires only one incision" Sounds like the monologue from a super villain just before inserting a device of torture into the hero.