Peter C. McCluskey writes:
> practices. For instance, Greg Fahy used to avoid any public association
> with cryonics. He now speaks at Alcor conferences. He still criticizes
> Drexler's optimism, but that's about all he does to distinguish himself
> from other cryonicists.
Er, I think Greg has excellent reason to criticize Drexler on his
optimism. You see, he has studied that issue all his life. And he's
not exactly ignorant about the possibilities of nanotechnology.
Cryonics without cryoproctants is fundamentally different from
cryonics with cryoprotectants. Really.
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