X-Message-Number: 12277
From: "John de Rivaz" <>
References: <>
Subject: Re: attracting funds
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 12:55:00 +0100

Surely it is plain fraud to attract millions for a company to promote a sort
and then use it to research cryopreservation?

Ideas are "ten a penny" - it is implementing them that is the hard bit.
Bateaux was a good idea, for example. Corel Word perfect is better than
Microsoft Word, but Mr Gates is far better at implementation than Corel, so
guess which is the most used word processor. Did you know Corel won't even
give review copies to magazines?

Sincerely, John de Rivaz
my homepage links to Longevity Report, Fractal Report, my singles club for
people in Cornwall, music, Inventors' report, an autobio and various other
projects:       http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/JohndeR

----- Original Message ----- > Message #12267
> From: "Yvan Bozzonetti" <>
> References: <>
> 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)
> 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
> because of patent problems, but if you want to do something, I'll give it
> free.
> Yvan Bozzonetti.

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