X-Message-Number: 13589
From: "George Smith" <>
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Subject: What are the odds?
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 10:36:48 -0700

In Message #13582 From: "Brook Norton"  on the Subject: About those who are
not yet signed up it was suggested (in part):

> I believe in what cryonics has to offer about as much as anyone and am
> reasonably optimistic about its working.  But I don't feel there's such a
> hurry for younger people... I'm 39.  If I for some reason could not sign
> for 10 more years I wouldn't be too worried about it.  What are the odds
> that I need to be cryopreserved?  Very, very, small.  I know, I know, if I
> was killed in an auto accident I'd be lost forever, but still, what are
> odds?

If you are not signed up for cryonics and ARE killed in any manner, the odds
are 100% that you are dead.

Change the odds.  It isn't expensive (the cost of a pizza per month if you
are in your twenties is a close approximation).

Make a commitment to life while you are young AND CAN STILL QUALIFY FOR LIFE

Don't take unnecessary gambles with your life.

George Smith

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