J Corbally wrote:
> It's funny, but the things people have a good laugh at tend to be the same things they
> recoil in horror from 10 or so years later when it's come to fruition.
If cryonics works, we're seeing medical malpractice on an
unprecedented scale. I shudder to think how many people have
been erased irretrievably in the last decades. This is a lot
worse than ignoring sulfa or antibiotics.
Whatever it is, it is not funny.
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