Doug Skrecky quoted New Scientist:
> ... Such suspended animation has long been the staple fare
> of science fiction, allowing humans to endure the tedium
> of crossing vast interstellar distances. So while
> tardigrades might not have come from the planet Tardigron,
> they might one day lead us there."
Isn't the above paragraph missing a sentence, maybe along the lines of "oh, and death would be a thing of the past".