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Don Ashley dashley at TENET.EDU
Fri Feb 17 08:10:29 EST 1995

Has there been any research on recovering memory data from frozen and 
unfrozen cells, aside from instinctual responses which aren't really 
memory anyway.  

It seems like there were some positive studies that showed retention in 
mice after freezing.  About 10  yrs ago.

20 years ago we referred to it as cryogenics, and it was $10,000 then.  
My kids have always been fascinated at my desire to be frozen.  
They've expressed no interest in it to date, nor do they read my lit on 
longevity.  I can't even get them to watch a modern 'fountain of youth' 
tape we have.

My son tells me regularly that for each minute I do aerobic exercise, my 
lifespan is increased another minute.  His comments are motivating.

On Fri, 17 Feb 1995, John de Rivaz wrote:

> Briefly, re cryonics:
> If you are interested in this option, then include the Cryonics 
> Institute in your look at the organisations offering services. Their 
> suspension fee of $28k (payable on death) is the lowest, and acording 
> to recent Russian research their work is as good as if not better than 
> the others. (details Ettinger at aol.com)
> But do look at ALL the groups offering it. Different people do have 
> preferences, and choice is an individual thing. 
> -- 
> Sincerely,     ****************************************       
>                * Publisher of        Longevity Report *
> John de Rivaz  *                     Fractal Report   *
>                *          details on request          *
>                ****************************************
> **** What is the point of life if it ends in death? ****

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