Re: MED: "Frankenstein fears after head transplant"

Date: Mon Apr 09 2001 - 08:05:00 MDT

In a message dated 4/9/2001 2:00:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< 'm not saying this is the way it should be--but this is the way it
 is. And enough with the monkeys--use volunteer people.
 LOL on the cremation.
 jm >>
But that is their choice, the volunteers, that is. I completely understand
the emotions driving against the raw, hand, that nature deals. I am also, a
pessimist, when it comes to how quickly we can come up with medical miracles.
That is certainly why I am primarily, focused on such things as cosmological
and cybernetic restorations of lives, past times, past worlds, and the like.
Of the two, my path is clearly, immensely, more difficult. However, it is, as
R. Michael Perry terms this, a "philosophy of assurance. Perry works Alcor,
and came out with his book, Forever For All, last year. If someone
volunteers, that is a different story. Its really all about options, isn't


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