X-Message-Number: 16654
Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2001 12:47:18 -0700
From: Natasha Vita-More <>
Subject: #16627 Getting a woman's veiw on cryonics (was Ideas for...)

>Olaf Henny wrote:

>We need *interpreters*.  I am calling on the few women in
>cryonics, even though they too are mostly scientists or logic-
>professionals, they are also nurturers and intuitive as well.
>Most of all I am calling on  Deathist Lurker Girl , Who is not
>a cryonicist, but an interested observer, to tell us, what would
>bring her closer to embracing the  joy of extended healthy
>_youthful_ life ?

I'm not sure what the numbers are, but there are more than a few women in
cryonics today.  I don't know that many scientists who are amongst these
women.  Most are indeed logic-oriented -:), but I'm not sure what being
professional has to do with it.

I'm not sure if you want to converse with women who are cryonicists or
women who oppose cryonics.  It would seem that both views bring a wider
base of insight, but if you are looking for ideas about joy of extending
youthful life, it seems to me that you would want to discuss this with
those who embrace it.

Here is a URL pertaining to "Ageless Thinking" which might be helpful:
http://www.natasha.cc/ageless.htm.  Or, communications:
http://www.natasha.cc/techtalk.htm.  Also about future bodies which might
be pivotal:  "Primo 3M+" http://www.natasha.cc/primo.htm

Other suggestions are reading writings by Linda Chamberlain, Linda  Abrams,
Tanya Jones, Kat Cotter, Gilda Cabral, Kennita  Watson, Lisa Lock, Chris
Peterson, and others.  These woman are from the fields of Law,
editing/publishing, programming, finance and business consulting, writing,
lecturing, etc.  There are more women that I know of in cryonics, but I
thought I'd just give you a few names.



Natasha Vita-More

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