Re: A scary but HYPOTHETICAL question.

From: Gina Miller (
Date: Sat Oct 14 2000 - 21:43:43 MDT

Yes, there are many issues in response to cryo, revival being one, and
(separate) repair of the originator of our fatality being another. (and of
course there are some other issues to contend with, outside of this topic,
memory etc.) One scenario of course is that nanotechnology could repair
these damages....with some thing like an automatic recognition system....
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller

> Damien Broderick wrote:
> > ...finding some way to ensure that my brain didn't turn to shit before I
> > died...
> What exactly *are* our rights, if we get some disease that will turn our
> brains to shit before we breathe our last? Two good examples would
> be emphysema and Alzheimers. Is there a state that will let us go into
> cryo-suspension before too much damage is done? Can we pull that
> cryonics-as-religion gag in order to get some anti-hate-crime special
> rights? I dont see why at least *one* of the 50 state legistatures would
> not grok what we are trying to do. spike

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
Nanotechnology Industries
"Nanotechnology: Solutions for the future."

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