Cooking foods does not always kill all bacteria.
No, then heating at 140 F for 60 minutes wouldn't sanitize?
If you look at the wiki for disinfecting or sanitizing one could always cook to sanitize in theory.
(not saying there would be a lot of taste or nutritional value but it could be done in times of safety and never having to throw anything out )
Unless of course there is some type of organism or thing that sanitizing won't kill?
Actually if you unthaw something, you are freezing it. Thawing takes it from frozen to unfrozen. If the frozen product was safe to eat after a short time frozen, it's safe to eat after a long frozen period as long it stayed frozen the entire time. The quality might be terrible because it has freeze dried.
I agree with you based on the website info I read. So in theory no frozen food would go bad ... and one can freeze indefinitely if he doesn't care about the nutritional or taste value just on the safety consumption. (provide he cooks it immediately after unfrozen)
Does anybody disagree... if so where is the flaw in my logic .