dvander at pluto.njcc.com (Dave) enunciated:
>When someone is cryonicly frozen upon death to be saved for the future
>to (somehow) revive then, do they have a chance? I know that the
>actual neurons are destroyed by the freezing, but isn't there still
>recorded evidence of exactly the way the brain was orginized?
architecture makes it possible... but is not the collection of
memories... the collection of memories is gone after a short while
after actual death... afterall... if you were to disconnect your
battery from your car it would not work.. but it would still be a car.
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