Re: Is cryopreservation a solution?

Dan Fabulich (
Fri, 12 Sep 1997 14:40:12 -0400

At 04:09 PM 9/12/97 +0200, Arjen Kamphuis wrote:
>Because I would have to commit some of my limited resources to a long-term
>project with a very low chance of a ever getting someyhing for it.
>Of cource if you are a millionaire (like some people on this list;-) then
>it's problably not a issue. If the price was so low that I would not have
>to give up anything valuable to me then: sure why not. Can't hurt.

What are you talking about?

>The cost of cryonic suspension at Alcor ranges from $50,000 to $120,000.
The good news is that this can be paid by taking out a life insurance
policy that names Alcor as the beneficiary, so that when a patient is
pronounced legally dead, Alcor receives the insurance money.<