New Scientist mag offers life after death (or Hawaii)
Posted by MelSkunk (Melissa Drake) on Fri 20 Sep 2002 - 12:46
Want to be cryogenically preserved but can't afford the $50,000 to $120,000(US) price tag?. Well, it's your lucky day! New Scientist magazine is sponsoring a contest, with the prize a free cryonic preservation after death for the winner. And possibly-- ressurection afterwards, though most experts feel the best you'll do is unfreeze a very well preserved still-dead person. And don't be worried about the low, low prices of the Cryonics Institute meaning low quality freezing... Or you could just take the trip to Hawaii instead.
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An article with an unexpected Furry connection!
The "Trip to Hawaii" link goes to a site off of "satlab.hawaii.edu." I worked as a scientist for that group until a few years back, and helped out the folks with some of the images, etc...
It's always fun to see things you worked on appear in the most unexpected places sometimes. :>
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