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From: "not given" <>
Subject: nearby habitable stars and new ischemia research
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 19:48:59 -0400

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Lots of discussion lately on fermmi paradox and presence of habitable
Heres a recent study made to select target stars for seti research,
interestingly they have selected over 17,000 candidates which are
within 450 lightyears of us.just to give you a small appreciation of how
very very many habitable planets are probably out there.interestingly
they conclude that many of these star systems are in fact binary or
trinary systems and yet still have possible habitable zones.
See http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0210675
Also some recent research (in rats but still interesting) which
indicates naturally produced bile related compounds not only cross the
blood-brain barrier but also
reduce hemmorage related ischemic aptotic damage by 50% - maybe some
compounds here which could be incorporated into cryonic procedures to
damage after rewarming. Take a look at


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