X-Message-Number: 13476
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 08:02:39 EDT
Subject: Re: CryoNet #13463, cryonics community.

I have s similar idea for a lot of time now. I think the real problem is one
 of "critical mass": There are too few candidate to organize something.
On the other side, I see many cryonicist interested in other advanced
technical areas, such astronomy, space and rocket, electronics and computing
to name some of them. Why not then create some techno-center where
interested amateurs would find a technical support for their hobby?

They could come here for their hollidays and then choose to retire on that 
It would be psychologically more interesting than a site where "you wait for 

Yvan Bozzonetti.

>Message #13463
>Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2000 18:50:07 -0700
>From: Peter Christiansen <>
>Subject: RE: Dave Pizer's Cryonics Supportive Community
>The principal objection to Dave Pizer's proposal for the establishment
>of a Cryonics Suportive Community seems to be that many people do not
>want to give their home for a small apartment. This seems
What about a cryonics supportive manufactured (formerly mobile) home
community which would rent space to cryonicists on which they could site
their own manfuactured homes. 

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