[extropy-chat] Wikipedia page and cryonics

Robert Bradbury robert.bradbury at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 18:13:42 UTC 2007

Sorry about the last (empty) message.

My only comments would be to look at the Zyvex, Alcor or Cryonics Institute
pages in Wikipedia.  There is nothing wrong with an unbiased, presumably
historical, account of commercial entities.  It might be interesting to link
Cryonics to Cryptobiosis which includes anhydrobiosis and cryobiosis.  There
are a number of organisms which can be desiccated or frozen and recover from
those biological states.  To state that cryonics is "unscientific" if flat
out wrong.  The people involved are generally applying an extensive amount
of science.

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