cryonics

J. A. Kiernan jkiernan at panther.uwo.ca
Wed May 28 10:00:09 EST 1997


In article <5mfnhs$5fj at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> Eugene Leitl <Eugene.Leitl at lrz.uni-muenchen.de> writes:

>> In article <3389b98c.1829693 at news.njcc.com> dvander at pluto.njcc.com (Dave)
>writes:
>> 
>> >When someone is cryonicly frozen upon death to be saved for the future
>> >to (somehow) revive then, do they have a chance? 
>> 
>>    No.

>"No" as in "nobody knows". 

      No. "No" as in "No they don't have a chance."
      The frozen corpses of the rich and gullible are
      no more amenable to resuscitation than they
      would be if they had been buried or cremated.
      Any science fiction-type gobbledygook written
      to make it sound possible is just that: fiction,
      made up by the con men who rent out their freezers.

                                     John A. Kiernan
                                     Department of Anatomy
                                     Univ. of Western Ontario
                                     LONDON, Canada  N6A 5C1




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