[ExI] Christianity: where to now?
hkhenson at rogers.com
Mon May 19 15:17:43 UTC 2008
At 10:26 PM 5/18/2008, Thomas wrote:
>From: "spike" <spike66 at att.net>
>Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2008 5:39 PM
> > Everyone here who isn't up on this, do educate yourselves. These
> > principles
> > are what this chat group is about.
>Yeah, I'm sorry, never quite did that. But I will. In the light of a
>possible uploading process, however, uploading would seem better to me. As
>today as I know it, there is no method for revival of those frozen (and
>there are some whackos who have no reason to be frozen, right? I'm not
>talking about people with fatal diseases, please understand) That is all,
>provided that I live to see the singularity. If not, then put me into the
>refrigerator :) Once a friend of mine said: In Europe you can die from two
>things: heart attack or cancer, make your choice. Yeah, I'd say heart attack
If you are into cryonics, cancer is better unless it is brain
cancer. Point being, you can get a better suspension if you die
slowly when people are ready to process you (vitrify your brain).
Dying from a heart attack is a much more chancy way to go.
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