> >Also, if I am not mistaken shouldn't
> >the cryogenic process be immediately after death, otherwise everything
> >you want to save is lost anyway.
> That would certainly be ideal, but some good arguments have been made
> that cryopreservation after several hours may be sufficient.
I agree on those several hours, but it seems that with the time that has elapsed since Ken's posting and the time needed to aquire the appropriate funding, it just ain't going to happen. Sorry Ken.