[ExI] chemo-preservation and fund raising
spike66 at att.net
Tue Jun 17 04:49:46 UTC 2014
On Sun, Jun 15, 2014 at 10:01 PM, Max More <max at maxmore.com> wrote:.
>…Considering that there are at least 7 liquid nitrogen vendors in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area, it would take far more than "economic turmoil" to terminate all deliveries of LN2. It would take at least WWIII. In the meantime, we already know that we could go out and acquire a small liquid nitrogen plant and make our own. (We have a powerful backup generator, which I had installed this year, that could power it.) That would cost about twice as much, which is why we haven't already bought one. …
This comment has me wondering about the cheapest home-based liquid air making setup we could build. It wouldn’t be for cryonics, but rather for experimentation and freezing skin problems, that sorta thing. I don’t need much. I can imagine taking an ordinary compressor, filling a detachable tank to about 200 psi, immerse the whole tank in a trash can filled with icy brine, which will take us down to about -20C, then get on down to liquid air temperature with decompression.
Hey cool I remember how to do the entropy calculations to figure out if that scheme would work to make a little bit of liquid air.
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