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From: "Trygve Bauge" <>

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Subject: FW: How sign up for cryonics in Norway 
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 00:48:45 +0200

 "Knut J Bjuland" <> asked: (translated from Norwegian)

>How can one join a cryonics organization in Norway?
>I am primarily interested in Alcor and C.I.
>I think C.I. accept Norwegian life insurance
>and I wonder if Vital insurance is acceptable, since I am insured there.
>What organization are you a member of?

>In Norwegian:

>Hvordan g r man frem for   bli medlem av en cryonics orgnasisjon i Norge.
>er f rst og fremst Alcor er CI som er aktuelle. I CI kan man vitsnok bruke
>norsk livsforskiring, er Vital   anbefale fordi jeg uf re forsikring der.
>Hvilken organisasjon  er du medlem av.

I am forwarding your letter to the Cryonet,
maybe people there will respond and let you and everyone else on the cryonet
know what people in Norway can do to join cryonics organizations.

There are at least 6 other people strongly interested in cryonics here in
Once this Australian case is resolved one way or the other,
we could get together and form a local Scandinavian membership organization,
a patient organization and a facility owner group, and accept members from
the other Nordic countries as well as from the rest of Europe.

If you want to buy a part of a dewar, then by all means get in touch with me
it would certainly reduce the cost that Elizabeth otherwise would have to


Trygve Bauge

Ps. I used to be a member of ACS and affiliated with Trans Time, but
presently I am engaged in trying to start a new storage organization.
If I do get that up and running I might join ACS again as a patient
organization, I might do that anyway.
I am open for offers from any cryonics organization. Cells-4-Life sounds in
particularly interesting. If I for some reason end up poor, I would probably
settle for C. I. But I am still young, and healthy and figure I have some
time to improve my situation.

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