Why not Cryonics

Brian Wowk wowk at cc.umanitoba.ca
Thu Aug 22 12:03:50 EST 1996


In <jkiernan.412.3218C35D at julian.uwo.ca> jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca (J. A. Kiernan) writes:

>  For more information, consult any biology textbook. If you want
>  more details, a book on preparative methods for electron microscopy
>  will probably convince you that corpse freezing is a scam. By the
>  way, did you know that the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?

	Presumes that preparative methods for electron microscopy are
what is used for "corpse freezing".  Instead of casting about 
pejoratives in a scientific vacuum, let's at least look at the 
basics of central nervous system cryobiology:

	http://www.cryocare.org/cryocare/casecryo.txt

or the more recent

	http://www.cryocare.org/cryocare/bpi/tech16.txt  

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