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From: Kennita Watson <>
Subject: Re: Resuscitation Insurance is not 
Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2005 11:57:05 -0700

I don't expect there to be hefty medical bills.  I
expect to be resuscitated using nanotechnology
that results in a rejuvenated, disease-free, and
nanobot-protected me.

I also expect that medical bills will be largely a
thing of the past, because medical care will be
almost if not entirely automated, and generally
carried out by the army of nanobots that will be
parked in my body (one in every cell?) .

I don't think it's capitalism that results in hefty
medical bills, it's monopoly and pushing the
technical envelope.  When nanotechnology has broken
both, the problem is solved.  Don't worry, we'll
come up with others -- humans are very
resourceful :-) .

On Apr 16, 2005, at 2:00 AM, CryoNet wrote:

> From: "Basie" <>
> References: <>
> Subject: Resuscitation Insurance is not
> Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 16:36:50 -0400
> Resuscitation Insurance is not medical insurance. No one is going to 
> step
> out of suspension unless they can pay the hefty hospital bill that 
> they will
> incur after resuscitation. This is a capitalist country. Hospital and
> medical bills will be real in the far future. One can not be a self 
> centered
> egoist at the present and then expect a socialist system to take care 
> of
> your medical bills in the far future.

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