Reconstruction (was Re: Is cryopreservation a solution?)

Prof. Jose Gomes Filho (
Fri, 12 Sep 1997 12:25:08 -0200

At 01:43 11/09/97 -0700, Joao Pedro <> wrote:

>.............. let's
>suppose that scientists find a way to transpose a person to another
>distant place, almost instantly.
>Of course that one's molecules would have to be disorganized and a mass
>of one's molecules would be formed. This mass would then go to the other
>place .............

For such transposition, the better way is indepent of the mass of the
body... just transmit the *assembly structure* (simple data) of the
individual to another place (after "recording" such struct, the original
mass could even be used to energize the teletransporter ) and then associate
new atoms from the destination for that >>> completely reconstruction....
( in case of getting such structure of a body at an instant from the past,
we could reconstruct dead people (or else) too... )