At 12:12 PM 11/30/98 +0100, den Otter <email@example.com> wrote:
>Cryonics Institute (http://www.cryonics.org) might be a better idea
>in this case. It's much cheaper and (probably) the most likely to accept
>such a case (though I wouldn't count on it). Also, I've heard that ACS
>(http://www.jps.net/cryonics/) stores brains for about $ 15,000. Otherwise,
>you may attempt dry ice storage for example, or buying an ultra-low
>temperature freezer or even a LN2 storage set (one container for storing
>the LN2 and one for the patient, connected by a transfer system.
>Sometimes such sets can be leased from LN2 suppliers).
This brings up the whole issue of "garage" cryonics -- i.e., do-it-yourself cryopreservation. Any takers?