[ExI] Suspended-animation cold sleep achieved in lab

Isabelle Hakala ismirth at gmail.com
Wed Jun 16 13:19:55 UTC 2010

I doubt that hibernation would stop any illness from progressing, since the
cellular processes would still be running... I believe freezing would
Isabelle Hakala
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On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 8:50 AM, Tom Nowell <nebathenemi at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> Whatever happened to the buzz around DADLE, a synthetic leu-encephalin that
> could induce hibernation in mammal species that didn't normally hibernate? I
> think this briefly got a mention in the Journal of the British
> Interplanetary Society, and apparently some organ transplant people were
> looking at its tissue effects.
>  I know taking a nap for a few months like a bear does for winter isn't as
> exciting, but it makes interplanetary travel a lot easier, and might buy a
> terminal illness patient a few months if there's something (like a new
> treatment, or the birth of a grandchild) you believe is imminent.
> Tom
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