[ExI] why not start up a Mexico based cryonics company?
eschatoon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 12:22:39 UTC 2009
Why not indeed. The main factor for the feasibility of the idea is
Mexican applicable legal rules and regulations.
On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 9:56 AM, John Grigg <possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Why not start up a Mexico based cryonics company owned and primarily run by
> Americans? I would think the start up costs in terms of buying property,
> equipment, paying employees, etc., would be much much lower than in the US
> or Canada. And at this point I think Mexico is politically stable enough
> that this proposition could be seriously considered.
> If KrioRus can charge a mere nine grand for a neuro, than a Mexico based
> cryonics company might be able to charge the same or even less. Anyone here
> think a "CryoMex" is a good idea?
> And please try to contain yourselves when it comes to the tequila dewar and
> cryonics siesta jokes. My friends at the Immortality Institute just could
> not contain themselves...
> John Grigg
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