>It's not suprising that you don't sign up for cryonics - I wonder if
>anyone on this list actually has? It's like setting up your
gravesite. While many people actually do buy plots of land, etc, just for that purpose, I'd be VERY suprised if people on this list are amongst their number. No-one here is overly interested in dying, when it comes down to it, and cryonics is about dying+hope.
I just turned thirty, and although these kind's of issues are (I hope) not in momentary consideration for me, I have given it thought. If the advancing technologies of the future do not aide me in the prevention of death or extension of life, I will prepare not a gravesite, but a trust in the intellect of man. I will approach cryonics. With the awareness that I have in science I doubt I will have to deal with this choice, (if all goes well inbetween the natural lifespan) but will choose cronics, and will have a better chance then the guy who bought a plot in the dirt.
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
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