X-Message-Number: 23182
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 14:43:21 EST
Subject: Re: Confirmation of Charles Platt insurance observation

In a message dated 12/28/2003 5:00:34 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
I doubt it would exclude
the majority of CryoNet readers, since if you double the face
value of a life insurance policy, you do not necessarily
double the premiums (correct me if I am wrong, Rudy
Rudi Hoffman writing.  Yes, generally doubling the coverage amount is 

somewhat less than doubling the cost.  There is some "economy of scale" to 
 Yet another reason to try and obtain a bunch of it while you are younger, 

healthier, cheaper to insure, and able to qualify.   (John DiRivas may point out
that you are paying longer, but as I have repeatedly shown mathematically 

here and elsewhere life insurance is STILL the most cost effective and SECURE 
of funding both cryonics and additional amounts for multiple cryonics trusts.)

Kind Regards,

Rudi Hoffman in Port Orange, FL

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