X-Message-Number: 25920
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 16:54:41 -0500
From: Gary Tripp <>
Subject: media attention

A "cryonics society" as a source for cryonics information is a noble idea 
but it would seem to me that it would be better to direct our efforts 
towards the development of technology that permits reversible cryonic 
suspension of a small mammal such as a mouse. That would certainly catch 
the interest of the media in a really big way. Perhaps the task could be 
simplified if a genetically engineered strain of mouse possessed a genome 
that codes for the same anti-freezing proteins that frogs and fish produce.


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