From: Eugene Leitl (Eugene.Leitl@lrz.uni-muenchen.de)
Date: Tue Jan 22 2002 - 16:01:56 MST
On Tue, 22 Jan 2002, Smigrodzki, Rafal wrote:
> I wouldn't agree here - cryonics is very important, to the the point
> where changing citzenship and localization might be beneficial if
> needed to improve access. Even the healthiest of us have a significant
Yes, but even if you live in Scottsdale next door and volunteer or invest
heavily (so people feel they owe you personally), and wear a tracer/alert
gadget (no one is doing the latter) you can still fall between the mesh,
and get screwed up during the suspension. Strangely, it happens.
Disclaimer: For what's this is worth, I'd be signed up if I was still
living in SoCal, and certainly if I was in Scottsdale.
> risk of sudden death. While good nutrition and other parts of the
> regime matter, they usually do not address the short-term risk. If the
For young people in a low risk lifestyle living not in coverage area of
Alcor signing up only makes sense as a future infrastucture investment.
Assuming, you want to invest in Alcor, as is.
> Singularity comes as predicted in 2006, this is all the risk that
I would love to see Singularity as early as 2060.
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