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From: "Yvan Bozzonetti" <>
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Subject: Faster bucks for cryonics research (Re: msg #12257)
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 17:38:22 +0200

Faster bucks for cryonics research (Re: msg #12257)
In: message #12257
from: "John de Rivaz" <>

>So if you think suitable tools will be available in 50 years, and that the
>research will cost ten million dollars, invest now 1/10^5 of 10 million,
>which is  10^7/10^5=10^2 which is just $100. Actually I doubt whether it
>would be possible to invest just $100 into a mutual fund, so just chose the
>minimum amount. Of course if you don't do as I suggest, it will be a lot
>harder to get people to give you the $10million when the time comes.

If you have some spare time, I would suggest a more active road:
Find an idea interesting for investors, even outside the cryonics/science
domain. A start up can get $ 10 million after 2 or 3 years only.
I can suggest an idea in the sport area for example. I can't publish it here
because of patent problems, but if you want to do something, I'll give it

Yvan Bozzonetti.

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