X-Message-Number: 16370
Date: Mon, 28 May 2001 02:51:12 -0400
From: James Swayze <>
Subject: Welcome to America Ramzy
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Ramzy wrote:

> Message #16354
> From: "ramzy ramzy" <>
> Subject: Re: Oregon and cryonics
> Date: Sun, 27 May 2001 06:52:53 -0000
> Thanks, James Swayze for your answer on my question in my message (#16324:
> cryonics before the death [ramzy ramzy])through your message:
> I can summarize your objections for Oregon in three points:
> 1- Nothing in Oregon legislation is permanent.
> 2- Fear from people there as environmentalists.
> 3- Fear from the dangerous nature as active volcanoes   forest fires.


> The strange thing: you did not stop at problem of Oregon. You spoke about
> other fear from anger of the nature in other regions although I did not ask
> you about them as in the following points:

I did so only because theseother regions border on both sides Oregon. This means
that politcal sentiments spillover the borders both ways. As for the 
geographical dangers here too virtual borders merely abstractions of law do not 
stop nearby natural disaters.


> 5- if not the whole world.
> You do not need to the fifth point although you used (if). (if) means that
> you not sure for destroying for rest of the world. The fourth point is
> enough.

Well I tend to ramble but I did so only because I was reminded of a discussion a
while back about which was safer, in a city like Los Angeles or in the country.
The discussion tended to revolve around the US southwest so where the super 
volcano is concerned neither is safe.

> Not at all, even if you will say that Dracula threatens every non-western
> emigrant to USA, I must believe you because you know more about your
> country, but I still want to emigrate to USA although everything because it
> is the real unique place for cryonics in the world.

Great! Glad to have you. If you come to the Oregon area you must visit me.

> Also, you do not let USA
> for Super Volcano.
> In the end, I must remind you that there is an Egyptian travelled to USA
> after the master degree (Ahmed Zewail) and live in it and won Noble prize in
> Chemistry in 1999. See in:
> http://www.nobelprizes.com/nobel/nobel.html
> Ramzy

That's the thing about diversity, strength from varying backgrounds/cultures and
alternate angles at approaching a problem. The more the merrier I say!

Some of our views are spacious
some are merely space--RUSH

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