X-Message-Number: 13495
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2000 14:40:46 -0500
From: david pizer <>
Subject: Re: CryoNet #13484 - #13493

At 05:00 AM 4/7/00 -0400, CryoNet wrote:
>Message #13490
>Date: Thu, 06 Apr 2000 15:54:23 -0700
>From: Mike Perry <>
>Subject: Cryonics Community, Publications

>It's encouraging that Dave Pizer has now acquired land for a possible
>cryonics community....... snip

>I do hope we can get a cryonics community started, and especially in a
>beautiful setting like this is supposed to be. (I haven't seen it yet but
>intend to soon.) 

Notice to all in the area:  Mike and I will be at the site on Saturday,
April 15th.  Any cryonicist who would like a tour of the property is
welcome to come by.

As far as a "beautiful setting" Mike mentioned, imagine a place:

       The land is a gentle land of four full seasons.

	Cool summer breezes
	Windows left open at evening: Fall asleep to the burbling harmony of the
	Nights so clear.  I had forgot how many stars are visible when the air is
so 	clean and crisp. At night it is like being in 1950 again.

	Quiet winter nights
	Wake up on a fresh winter morning with 2 inches of virgin white snow, with
lush 	desert plants peaking through. But not very cold, you can go outside
without a 	jacket.

	The brilliant hue of fall colors along the large native trees on the
	Rusty coloerd ducks overhead flying south, with white necks and handsome
squared heads.  They drop to a large, rock circled pool in the brook for a
drink before the continue on.
	Rebirth of spring, renewing the cycle of life with brilliant wildflowers.
	Savor their sweet scent on a cool morning breeze. 
	Reminding us of a possible, beautiful similar experience awaiting us when
we 	awaken out of those cold, hard dewars.

	And all this just an hour's drive from Phoeinx with all the things a large
city 	has to offer.  This property's border touches the highway so access
is easy, 	safe and fast.

>I hope also and expect that, if things do get going we will
>focus significant energies on dealing with last-minute and other difficult
>cryonics cases. 

With research taking so long, this is the single most important thing that
we all can do *now* that will improve the quality of suspensions most
people will get.  We will have a place to come together, share ideas,
brainstorm, and work together to change how people can get help.  We work
to change laws, change the way the medical community sees cryonics, and
change the minds of the rest of the world.  Well, to some small degree, at
least at first.

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


>>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?

What are the things you want?  Be specific!

Now is the time to post a list of what you would like to see avaiable at
this facility while we are in the planning stages.  

Post your wish list.  We want your input because we know the more we can
make this attractive to a larger group of cryonicists, the greater the
chances for its success.  Send you suggestions let your imangination loose.


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