X-Message-Number: 13685
Date: Sat, 06 May 2000 15:10:46 -0400
From: James Swayze <>
Subject: Re: CryoNet #13647 - #13654
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Oops, how'd that HTML get in there? Trying again.

>   Message #13648
>   From: 
>   Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 08:14:46 EDT
>   Subject: uploading: choosing the x-rays
>   Here I continue my broad study of a Quantum Non Demolition
>   x-ray brain reader. Recall: it is a non destructive information recovery,
>   it works on fixed molecules (frozen brain or organs) and before a
>   full system can work, partial ones will teach us many things on
>   brain and biological functions.

Umm, forgive me for pointing out the obvious, especially if it has been already
and I just
missed it, being so behind in my mail, but if the brain must be frozen for the
QND to work to
record it, is it not just going to record the damage already done? What good
does this
accomplish in knowing the
undamaged positional relationships of brain material?

James Swayze

"Quod de futuris non est determinata omnino veritas"
       NOSTRADAMUS 15TH Century

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