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From:  (Hoyt A. Stearns jr.)
Newsgroups: sci.cryonics
Subject: Re: Possible thawing process
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Date: 9 Aug 92 22:58:19 GMT

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>Message-Subject: CRYONICS - Freezing/Thawing Technique
>From:  (Edgar W. Swank)
>Date: Fri, 07 Aug 92 15:14:31 PDT
>My proposal is that we at some point in the freezing process change
>from a liquid perfusate to a gas (such as helium) which will remain
>a gas down to LN2 temperatures. Use of a cold gas through the
>circulatory system will probably provide the most uniform cooling
>possible, all the way down to LN2.

How about using superfluidic liquid helium here? (Zero vicosity).

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