Re: UPLOAD: advocatus diaboli

Michael Lorrey (
Mon, 06 Jan 1997 15:52:47 -0500

John K Clark wrote:
> Life is a feasibility proof, but as long as something does not violate the
> laws of Physics I don't see why we need one, it's your responsibility to
> prove it's impossible not mine to prove it's possible. Nobody has made an
> airplane that weighs 1000 tons, the biggest is about 300. Would I have to
> physically present you with the finished airplane to convince you it was
> possible?

Funny, thats what many people say about my drive designs......

> >Anybody just said "cryonics"?
> Absolutely, right now it's the only game in town, but if I didn't think
> Nanotechnology would work I wouldn't waste my time with it.

I'm still waiting for any comment on the recent Per/Timeless protein
research RE circadian clock control of aging. If we can manipulate our
own clocks, warm suspension would be possible. Given the easy rivival
failsafe of such possibilities, and the still pie in the sky status of
nanotech, I am wondering at the mysterious silence in this list toward
such alternatives.....


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