Yes. Just as some religions object to desecrating a consecrated host,
but not to digesting it and voiding its converted mass down the
There is a "Religious Objection" form that makes the rounds at cryo
signup parties, and a wallet card (I've seen two variants).
Damien Broderick wrote:
> At 04:57 AM 3/03/01 -0000, Zeb wrote:
> >So someone signed up for cryonics can (I'm not sure
> >how) make it known that they have a religious objection to autopsy, and it's
> >illegal to do one.
> Hmmm. I have a religious objection to autopsy, but I don't mind having
> tubes shoved into my corpse to perfuse it and then getting my head cut off
> - in fact, I insist on it?
> Damien Broderick
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