[FoRK] Extreme Life Extension: Investing in Cryonics for the Long, Long Term
eugen at leitl.org
Sat Jun 19 07:17:01 PDT 2010
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 09:18:05PM -0400, Reese wrote:
> Please don't send HTML mail.
Indeed; my filter completely ate that message.
> But about cryonics? Is that the nom de jeure for cryogenics?
Cryogenics is required for human cryopreservation.
Human cryopreservation is not required for fabrication
of cryogenic liquid and refrigeration.
> excerpt: "Cryonics demonstrates a unique way in which time, capital,
> and biotechnoscience can come together in the name of future life.
You should not always believe tales of disgruntled former
> Not that I think that freezing ones-self is bunk, but there does
> need to be a measure of certainty that seems to be lacking in the
> case of M. Williams.
These are not the problems you're looking for.
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