X-Message-Number: 25008
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2004 23:47:51 EST
Subject: Re: CryoNet #24987 Problems in France

"Basie" <> said:
> There is another option. Chemical preservation and then freezing. The
> patient might have to wait much longer to be unsuspended or uploaded but it
> will happen. In addition chemical and then frozen patients have a much
> better chance than only the frozen in the case of a temporarily cryonics
> facility malfunction. The latter will happen but no one will ever know.
> Double your chances by supporting chemical + frozen suspension research

There are other options: chemical preservation, freeze drying,... In fact, 
anything that discard liquid water. But is there any organisation offering one 
of these options? I know of no one. If you are interested in one of them, why 
don't you start a demonstration unit?

No room to do that? not a problem: Define the process, find the products and 
the machines, I can host them for you if you want and conduct the experiments 
under your control using real time Internet link for example.

In France, chemical preservation would be forbiden, but yes, it could be a 

solution when combined with cryonics. Interested to turn the idea into reality?
Let me know.

Yvan Bozzonetti.

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