Why not Cryonics
cryofan at brokersys.com
Wed Aug 21 20:11:41 EST 1996
In article <4vd1mf$sml at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca says...
>On Tue, 20 Aug 1996, Eugene Leitl wrote:
>> On Mon, 19 Aug 1996, J. A. Kiernan wrote:
>> > In article <4v78ap$jsv at krypto.zippo.com> cryofan at brokersys.com (Randy
>> > >Subject: Why not Cryonics
>> > >I'm been investigating cryonics lately have yet to find any solid
>> > >it won't work.
>> > >Anyone here have any good reasons why it won't work?
> (Most of what followed - deleted)
>> I am sorry, but below you provide some misinformation I cannot let stand
>> . . . . corpse freezing
>> -- Eugene Leitl
>> | ui22204 at sunmail.lrz-muenchen.de | cryonics, nanotechnology, |
>> | Eugene.Leitl at uni-muenchen.de | >H transhumanism, [...] |
>> | c438 at org.chemie.uni-muenchen.de | "deus ex machina, v.0.0.alpha"|
>> | http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~ui22204 | >H: "alpha-->omega" |
> There was a temptation to reply point by point to the 3 screenfuls
> of pseudo-scientific gobbleygook in this letter, until I came to
> the sig. at the bottom!
Any chance at all you might elaborate on the "pseudoscientific" claim?
Suffice it to say that all this has nothing to do histotechnology;
> I'm sorry if I've provoked a flood of irrelevant letters by answering
> the original enquiry.
> John A. Kiernan
> Department of Anatomy
> Univ. of Western Ontario
> LONDON, Canada N6A 5C1
> e-mail: kiernan at uwo.ca
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