X-Message-Number: 22874
From: "Omnedon" <>
Subject: Not even partially baked idea
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2003 10:54:27 -0500

Would it be worth having a dedicated cryonics and longevity hospital built
into an ocean liner along with research facilities?  Could the inflicted
legal inhibitions regarding cryonic technologies be avoided?  Could the same
repressive legal problems with cloning therapies and research also be

There are seemingly no maritime law inhibitions for gambling, as people
routinely go on gambling cruises.

I suppose the "why not" reduces itself to largely financial limitations.
But imagine the setting of a cruise ship while awaiting a procedure or
recovery.  Friends and family might not object to coming along for the ride.

It's an idea.  Is the cookie half-baked, or half raw?  Surely this cookie
dough is mostly raw, but I like cookie dough sometimes...


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