X-Message-Number: 25537
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 23:54:49 EST
Subject: Re: CryoNet #25513 - #25522

Anyone know if freezing a body within a moving magnetic field might cause  

the ice crystals to form in a way that is less sharp and thus less damaging to
cells? I suppose the magnetic field or the body might have to be randomly  

moved with respect to each other in order to keep the crystals from running  on
too long in any direction if so. 
Also, maybe an old topic, but the wood frogs that freeze solid and thaw  

successfully every year surely must be of interest to anyone in cryonics. Has  
research gone into them? It would be a shame if a few genes could provide  
more resiliency. 

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