X-Message-Number: 2651
Newsgroups: sci.cryonics
From:  (Timothy Freeman)
Subject: Re: BPI Tech Brief #6
Message-ID: <>
References: <>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 1994 19:15:23 GMT

In article <> Mike Darwin 
<> writes:


   Two kinds of video documentation are needed during human
   cryopreservations: two stationary cameras to record the surgical
   procedure and the reservoir and pump set-up* and a dynamic view of the
   initial assessment of the patient provided by a hand held camera.

I've read that the information on recorded video tape becomes
unreadable in about 10 years.  What steps do you take to prepare these
video tapes for long-term storage?

(I suppose other suspension providers have been taking video tapes as
well, and the same question applies to them.)
Tim Freeman <>    

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