X-Message-Number: 16792
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2001 18:23:20 EDT
Subject: Re: Post mortem suspensions,  Australian case and other.

In a message dated 7/1/01 1:02:31 PM US Mountain Standard Time, 

 Undertakers often have facilities for temporary freezing of bodies at minus
 18 degrees celcius, What I am proposing is that we work with undertakers to
 provide some inexpensive perfusion and temporary inexpensive dry ice or
 liquid nitrogen storage for a few months at least. >>

CI does routinely in fact, in appropriate cases, suggest preparation (when 
feasible) and temporary storage in dry ice at a funeral home. That is 
relatively cheap, and allows the family time to think it over and get advice.

Robert Ettinger
Cryonics Institute
Immortalist Society

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