cryofan <email@example.com> wrote:
Another path is funding research leading to the demostartion of
cryonics viability with a simple animal. If we can show that proof, we
can argue to the Supreme Ct that preventing the cryonics-suicide of a
terminally ill cryonicist is tantamount to murder. IMO, this has
already been shown, but the taboos and ingrained mindsets here in the
USA prevent people from seeing this.
### Has cryonics really been shown to be successfull with an animal (except
for nematodes and similar creatures)?
I'd be very intersted if you had references.
Generally, you are quite right, but that "simple animal" might have to be at
least a mouse, or maybe a small monkey, to make our case strong enough to be
heard in any court. I wonder if anybody tried to perfuse a mouse with
antifreeze glycoproteins - it should be possible to produce enough of these
substances for experiments with small animals.
Rafal Smigrodzki, MD-PhD
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