From: Robert J. Bradbury (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 14 2002 - 09:43:15 MST
On Wed, 13 Feb 2002, John Grigg wrote:
> Between the Timeship and now this project, Saul Kent and Bill Faloon are
> really making a mark on cryonics. Of course, they have been for years the
> biggest patrons of the movement.
But there is still a lot of resistance out there, e.g.
> Josh Wolfe, co-founder and managing partner of Lux Capital ...
> On the more far-out side, one business proposal Wolfe recently saw involved
> cryogenically freezing the deceased and bringing them back with nanobots in
> the future.
> As far as Wolfe is concerned, any technology based on the "Drexlerian vision of
> nanotech"--that is, the self-replicating assembler--should be put in its place.
We are not "over the hump" yet by any stretch of the imagination.
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