The biggest problem with thatJune 13 2009 at 10:08 PM
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Response to maybe start another cryonics facility?
... is, that there is really not enough business, enough of a market for cryonics, to justify as many as two separate cryonics providers. The biggest reason there are now two such major players began decades ago from attitudes of competitiveness and divisiveness, many of which attitudes endure to this day.
Both organizations started out on shoestrings, by very few people, with nearly no equipment/facilities, and a handful at most of members. Both grew from there. Today such a startup would be ridiculed out of the cryonics community, akin to how Jonathan Despres' vaporcryonic "business" got beat down.
That's the way it looks to me from here,