[ExI] Alcor dumping "grandfathering"?
eugen at leitl.org
Fri Sep 2 12:24:59 UTC 2011
On Fri, Sep 02, 2011 at 12:07:02PM +0100, BillK wrote:
> Of course that is a fundamental problem when you are considering
> investing in a time-travel to the future company. Not many small
Long-term stability, while on the radar, isn't the core problem.
Shitty patient care is. The problem isn't unknown of in health
care, which has mechanisms to deal with it (usually harshly).
Not such in the cryonics business, where dead men tell no tales.
Naively, people think that fixing broken institutions is easy.
Such people will be wrong. This problem is much harder in
cryonics, for multiple reasons. Fixing Alcor might be well
a superhuman job.
> companies (or even large companies) are still in existence 50 years
> later, never mind hundreds of years.
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