Re: Julian Simon and cryonics

Michael M. Butler (butler@comp*
Mon, 16 Feb 1998 23:24:25 -0800

I'm signed up, and I agree. As others have said, getting frozen is the
second worst thing that can happen to you. How much of you can be brought
back remains very much an open question. Nonetheless, even a rickshaw to
the future is an ambulance.


At 07:44 PM 2/16/98 -0800, you wrote:
>If it's any consolation, cryonics is far from a sure thing. In fact,
>I think realistically we have to view it as a long shot.
>Obviously some chance is better than
>none. But sadness at his death should be tempered with the realistic
>realization that even if he had been frozen, his chances would not have
>been good.
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