john at nine7.demon.co.uk
Mon Sep 2 11:29:56 EST 1996
Yes it probably is oversold I believe.
But since so many items from blood to whole living mammals have been stored for
longer than any accidental apparently dead person has, it must have some
probabillity of working on humans in the future.
In the realisation time of the incurable cause of death of anyone, this option
competes for financial savings in a rational way, though I feel the normal
disposal of estates are still more justified.
Most important of all is it makes people look further to the future in this
fast evolving world than anything else.
The individual considers pension and then will, but now the posibility of a
life time after death.
Its your money so its your bet for a better world.
Yours sincerely....John G.*?*?*?*?*? Us Neuron's don't KNOW that much, period.
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