X-Message-Number: 122
From: Kevin Q. Brown
Subject: Extropy 
Date: 24 Jul 1989

Extropy is a new quarterly magazine whose editors plan to focus on several
topics of direct interest to cryonicists (such as immortalism, life extension,
and nanotechnology) plus several other topics compatible with the interests of
most, if not all, cryonicists (such as space colonization, memetics, and
Libertarianism).  I recently received a copy of Issue #4, which includes the
articles "What's Wrong With Death?" and "Intelligence At Work" (summarizing
recent advances in life extension, nanotechnology, etc.) both by Max O'Connor.
Issue #4 also has several other articles designed to jar your normal thinking
patterns.  For a one-year (four issue) subscription to Extropy, send $8.00
($10.00 overseas), made payable to Tom Bell, to:
    T. Bell / M. O'Connor
    1129 W. 30th St., #8
    Los Angeles, CA 90007
Single issues are available for $2.00 ($2.50 overseas).  Warning: Extropy
clearly is not Nature, or Science, or Science News, or even the New York Times
Science Section.  The orientation of the articles tends to be rationalistic and
philosophical more than technical.  Read it mostly for fun and secondly for
useful ideas and information.
                                       - Kevin Q. Brown

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