X-Message-Number: 19399
Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2002 06:30:02 -0400
From: Thomas Donaldson <>
Subject: CryoNet #19389 - #19396

Hi everyone!

For Brett Bellmore: Yes, it will take some empirical experience to
decide just what impedes people's acceptance of cryonics. A corollary
of this is that a belief that revival of an experimental suspension
animal will greatly increase acceptance has no more merit than 
many other hypotheses.

The piece by Bogner was good and interesting, and its view of
Accounting puts a new perspective on WORLDCOMM's problems. 
Could he tell us just what software he is discussing? And what
did he do to read up on the subject? One unfortunate possibility,
given that he is an engineer, is that many people aren't up to
learning enough to do the job themselves... unlike Bogner and
many of us.

Olaf Henny's piece was very funny, even though its results aren't.
Just what was the population this student asked about dihydrogen

I enjoyed this issue of Cryonet (#19389-#19386) even if several
postings weren't "relevant to cryonics". The most relevant one,
Bob Ettinger's, made me want to learn more.

		Best wishes and long long life to all,

			Thomas Donaldson

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