X-Message-Number: 32578
From: "John de Rivaz" <>
Subject: Re: migration for cryonics
Date: Sun, 2 May 2010 22:15:15 +0100

Evan Bozzonetti has suggested that a UK cryonics storage facility starts with a 
cheap shed to house cryostats. ("Greenhouse" may have been thought to be a 
translation of "horticultural building" rather than a house built of glass to 
propagate plants.)  I suspect that this is how the failed cryonics providers in 
the USA were run. I don't think it wise to try and cut corners when designing a 
facility. Horticultural buildings must be used for that purpose, not something 
else. That is what town planning is about. Cryonics patients are too vulnerable 
to actions by the authorities to risk doing anything illegal.

Sincerely, John de Rivaz:  http://John.deRivaz.com for websites including
Cryonics Europe, Longevity Report, The Venturists, Porthtowan, Alec Harley
Reeves - inventor, Arthur Bowker - potter, de Rivaz genealogy,  Nomad .. and

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