X-Message-Number: 27576
Subject: Re: [CN] CryoNet State of fear
From: "Fred C. Moulton" <>
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Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2006 17:38:22 -0800

On Fri, 2006-02-03 at 18:44 -0500,  wrote:
> I strongly object to the inclusion of this long off-topic message on the 

> cryonet. The writer makes no mention of anything directly to do with cryonics 

> seems to assume that we are all dedicated libertarians which is not the case,
> and I resent his assumption. 

My response:
A. I was not the one who first brought up the novel "State of Fear";
that was John de Rivaz.  If you think the novel should never have been
mentioned then please consult with John de Rivaz.
B. Your statement about me assuming that "we are all dedicated
libertarians" is obviously false.  I very specifically said the
opposite, I wrote: "I realize that not everyone on Cyronet is a
C. John de Rivaz wrote that the novel "is well researched and actual
references are given to real events".  My opinion differed and because I
had handy a previously written review so that is what I provided as a
counter point.  My posted review is as on topic and as appropriate as
the first mention of the novel by John de Rivaz since my review covers
many of the same issues in the context of the novel.

I am sorry you are upset.  Perhaps you would be less upset if you
followed the chain of events more closely and read more accurately, this
might save you some needless upset or at the very least allow you to
more accurately choose the individual you wish to address.

If those who control Cryonet do not want works of fiction mentioned in
any of the posts then perhaps that should be made part of the guidelines
for the list.  As far as I know the mention of works of fiction is not

Best Regards


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