X-Message-Number: 19571
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 12:41:29 -0500
From: " - KC Homes - www.iggy.net" <>
Subject: Cryonics and storage in space?

Space may offer a solution to a problem faced uniquely by cryonicists. As
the Ted Williams (and the earlier Dora Kent) case shows, a cryonics patient
in suspension is not necessarily safe from interference by others. Storage
in space could prove a solution to the "peasants with pitchforks" problem,
in which people opposed to the procedure, and acting perhaps out of
ignorance, become active in their opposition. A suspension repository in
orbit or on the lunar surface could be designed to be passively cooled,
eliminating the requirements of power for refrigeration, or the topping up
of liquid nitrogen, reducing the chances of thawing due to natural disasters
or business problems.

Also http://www.totse.com/en/fringe/life_extension/simberg.html


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