[ExI] Extrope Robert Bradbury Has Died
F. C. Moulton
moulton at moulton.com
Thu Mar 3 06:43:30 UTC 2011
This is sad. I am sure a lot of us remember him from the early days.
On 03/02/2011 10:18 PM, Max More wrote:
> Robert, as some of you old-timers will know, was a former director of
> Extropy Institute. He was an extremely smart guy and a major advocate of
> (and practical entrepreneur for) life extension and other transhumanist
> I'm not only extremely unhappy to hear of his sudden and unexpected death,
> but also distressed that he had no arrangements for cryopreservation (to the
> best of my knowledge). That's quite surprising and, frankly, appalling given
> Robert's understanding of the technology and future possibilities. This is
> especially distressing because Alcor has people in Florida, where he died,
> who could have started the transport and cooldown on very short notice.
> Robert had his oddities but was always intelligent and probing and on the
> side of life. All we can do for him now is remember him. It's something, but
> it's very little, for he is gone forever.
> --- Max
> On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 10:37 PM, Damien Broderick <thespike at satx.rr.com>wrote:
>> L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D., Co-Founder, Los Angeles Gerontology
>> Research Group, reports:
>> I have just been informed by David Kekich (who heard from Robert's older
>> Brother) that Robert Bradbury passed away either late Saturday night or
>> early Sunday
>> morning (in Florida where he was caring for his Father), of a completely
>> and sudden hemorrhagic stroke, for which no one was prepared.
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