X-Message-Number: 13209
Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2000 05:36:37 -0800 (PST)
From: Doug Skrecky <>
Subject: effects of reversible cryopreservation

In Message #13203 Saul Kent <> wrote:

>         I don't assume that reversible cryopreservation by itself
> will do much to change public attitudes towards cryonics.  What it
> will do, however, is change the attitudes of people like myself, who
> have the resources to promote cryonics in a big way.  That, in turn, 
> will lead to mainstream physicians and hospitals being involved in 
> the delivery of services and many other things which will increase
> business substantially.  How much it will do so, I can't predict, but 
> I'm real interested in finding out.
   It seems to this crystal ball gazer that with reversible 
cryopreservation the primary application would be with transplant
organs. Cryonics would be an interesting side line.

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