Is there anyone even dealing tangentially, with nanotech in combination with
cryonics? Is there some precepts of what the nanobots would do to preserve or
regenerate the patient's tissues? How is this supposed to happen? Any URL's?
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<< If Drexlerian nanotech comes about, in the full flower of its predicted
power, then there is a decent chance that cryonic suspension will work.
And that means that everyone who has allowed a loved one to die has,
in effect, murdered that person. This would be an intolerable moral
burden for most people, making it hard for them to think clearly about
where this technology may lead. >>
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