X-Message-Number: 21698
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 09:53:33 -0400
From: Thomas Donaldson <>
Subject: CryoNet #21693 - #21696

Hi Keith!

Basically I think that human behavior isn't genetically fixed. Its
inheritance is much more complex than that, though clearly there
must be a genetic component. Just because people have behaved as
you say in the environment we now live in does not imply that they
will continue to do so once immortal (or virtually so). 

We can both come up with examples to prove our case. As I said in
my original message, I think the best thing now is that we not
bother to argue the point, but see how people will REALLY behave
when the work to abolish aging completely succeeds. Empirical 
observations beat arguments hands down, every time.

            Best wishes and long long life to all,

                   Thomas Donaldson

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