Re: Douglas Adams Dies

From: Michael M. Butler (
Date: Sat May 12 2001 - 09:16:43 MDT


Thanks for the info. I recently lost a friend and teacher who had suffered three strokes in the last six months. It is
always tragic to lose a valued compatriot, and so it goes, regrettably.

Obligatory correction: "cryogenics" works just fine; people have been liquefying gases and refrigerating down close to
absolute zero for many many decades now. You can even buy liquefied gases at welding supply shops.

I think you mean "if cryonics...pays off". wrote:
> For me, this is one additional reason to focus on the
> physics-astronomy-cosmology manipulations of Extropian proposals and
> conjectures, understanding that if cryogenics or 21st century uploading
> really pays off, that would be fabulous.

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