X-Message-Number: 27756
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2006 01:06:59 EST
Subject: Re: CryoNet #27747 Super conductors and cryonics 

Basie said :

>As most of you know many substances become super conductors at  very low 
>temperatures. This means it may be  possible to read  information from a 
>frozen human brain even with today's crude  technology. It may never be 
>necessary to unfreeze patients which is  especially important in straight 
>freeze cases. If
>this is done  there will be a big surge of interest in cryonics long before 
>reversed  freezing is done. The future may be closer than many  realize.

I am sorry, but I don't understant the link. Indeed, some metals are lising  
nearly all electric resistivity near absolute zero temperature, but what that 
to  do with brain reading ? Only cooper ceramics and similar products are 
super  conductors at LN2 temperature, not biological elements. And even a 
biological  super conductor would not produce a brain reading system.
I agree with : " The future may be closer than many realize." but where is  
the link with super conductivity ?
Y. Bozzonetti.

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