On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Robin Hanson wrote:
> were mostly a big overblown yawn. They were mostly reasonable people.
> They thought cryonics was too silly even to think about.
Cryonics is silly, but it is not that silly to warrant blanket rejection.
Granted these people don't understand pulling vitrified tissue apart,
molecule by molecule, and reassembling it in the vitrified state by
running digital filters on the data set to remove the artifacts, or simply
parametrize it, and run a computational model if it. Well, okay, it does
sound a bit silly ;)
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