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From: "John de Rivaz" <>
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Subject: Re: Ralphs Journey
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 10:36:50 +0100

My point is that the book ought to be marketed at people who want to read
about sex and rock and roll and 50s nostalgia and old cars, and they get an
unexpected dose of cryonics. When I did a draft for the web page this I how
I made it, with pictures of cars and sounds of rock and roll.

My reasoning is that far more people will buy such a book than would buy
another sci fi novel, and who knows a few may get a taste for cryonics.

Even if only one life is saved to live indefinitely, it would have been

Sincerely, John de Rivaz
my homepage links to Longevity Report, Fractal Report, music, Inventors'
report, an autobio and various other projects:
http://www.autopsychoice.com - should you be able to chose autopsy?

----- Original Message -----
> Message #14353
> From: 
> Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 11:37:19 EDT
> Subject: Re: Ralphs Journey
> Just finished reading Ralphs Journey.  The discription of the book at
> and on the back of the book all takes place in the last 20 pages of the

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