X-Message-Number: 2032
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 93 00:10:04 -0600
From:  (Steve Jackson)
Subject: Re:  cryonics: #2022-#2028

The discussion of Cold Room design is excellent.

Suggestion: Rather than setting cell size at an arbitrary one meter,
decide how close you want the patients together in one cell, and how
many patients you want per cell, and optimize accordingly.

In terms of efficient use of space, the ideal system would use hexagonal
cells, like a beehive - perhaps one patient per hex, perhaps six per hex.
Would this involve increased construction costs which would negate the
savings in space and LN2? Or should it be considered?

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