X-Message-Number: 129
From arpa!A.ISI.EDU!TKD Mon Sep 18 08:42:39 EDT 1989
Date: Mon 18 Sep 89 08:42:39-EDT
From: Thomas Donaldson <>
Subject: Re: CRYONICS #128 - Sugar Stasis
In-Reply-To: Message from "" of Fri 15 Sep 89 20:45:27-EDT
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Hey, that's interesting. It's not clear at all that it has any present 
application but I personally have always thought of cryonics in the broad
sense of "preservation" rather than the narrow sense of "freezing". Someday
we might make a technique like this work. Trehalose I know of, trayilos
I don't but it sounds like a transcription of "trehalose".

Of course cryonics is or should be preservation, without assumptions as to 
method. I'd be dubious of any other method than freezing RIGHT NOW, though.

			Thomas Donaldson

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