Though I only met Sasha in person just last year, I feel as if I lost a
close and dear friend. Certainly a kindred spirit, a compatriot, a
comrade in arms.
We may not be a very religious bunch, but that does not mean we cannot
honor and hold dear, perhaps even venerate, those of us who have fallen.
No matter how far we travel, or what heights we achieve, I believe we will
always remember Sasha as one of the great pioneers.
On Tue, 9 May 2000, Max More wrote:
> I am deeply sorry to pass on the terrible news that Sasha Chislenko,
> long-time extropian and friend of many here, died on Monday.
> In deference to Sasha and his family, I ask you not to speculate on what
> happened. If his family agrees, then I will pass on further information
> when it is available.
> I mourn for the eternal loss of a friend, a brilliant mind, and a
> tremendous human being.
> Max More, Ph.D.
> President, Extropy Institute. www.extropy.org
> CEO, MoreLogic Solutions. www.maxmore.com
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