Re: practical extropy

From: Tiberius Gracchus (
Date: Sun Sep 23 2001 - 06:49:20 MDT

On Sat, 22 Sep 2001 02:03:56 -0700, you wrote:

>This list, altho interesting, seems to have a dearth of practical
>applications in extropy
> things one can do right now is my main interest

I am a signed up cryonicist. Being a cryonicist is, very literally,
the essence of extropianism--the act of preserving unique information
(my brain) by thermodynamically defeating the randomization of that
same unique information.

If you want to apply extropianism, I think that signing up for
cryopreservation is the best way to do that.

As a furtherance to my extropianism, I am in the process of
developing a web-enabled motion-detecting deanimation alert
system--all for the paltry sum of seventy american dollars (plus
computer, ISP, Visual Basic, etc., costs...).

Unfortunately, I have bene working 70+ hrs per week, so after
demonstrating the basic proof of concept (and posting same on this
list, among other places), I have not been able to complete the
project, so if you are already a cryonicist, and you would like to
tackle the deanimation alert, feel free.....

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