Why not Cryonics
cryofan at brokersys.com
Tue Aug 20 07:41:54 EST 1996
In article <9608200256.AA29290 at cryptic.rch.unimelb.edu.au>,
kerrr at CRYPTIC.RCH.UNIMELB.EDU.AU says...
>Randy, a definition would be a great start for some discussion of
>"cryonics". if its obvious, then please humour me, as stuff takes a little
>while to filter down here.
Cryonics: very basically, at time of legal death, you fill the patient full of
cryoprotectant and freeze them in liquidnitrogen for a few hundred years
untill they can be revived. Paid for by life insurance and dues.
>At 14:11 18/08/96 GMT, you wrote:
>>I'm been investigating cryonics lately have yet to find any solid reasons
>>it won't work.
>>Anyone here have any good reasons why it won't work?
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