X-Message-Number: 13546
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 10:16:38 EDT
Subject: Re: CryoNet #13529 to T. Nord, problems in Europe

>> uploading (or for short, brain on computer) is not well received by many
>>in  the small world of cryonics. Neverthless, I think it is the best option 
>> continental Europe where laws impose long delays before freezing and for
>>many now frozen.
>Where else than France is it delays?
I know there is a similar problem in Germany with long imposed ischemic time.
I don't know the situation in other country, from my informations, only UK is 
"not too bad".

Even in free cryonics countries, long delay is and will be a problem, even if
reversible cryopreservation can be realized in ideal cases. Outside
dedicated community "a la Pizer", many (most) case will fall in the
suboptimal domain and uploading will be the sole possibility to "get back".


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