Funny, I thought the posting was appropriate and relevant. Perhaps there's just nothing anyone can suggest or add to this thought. It is a complicated issue. One thing apparent to me is that many people on this "board" are not actually funded members of any cryonics facility. This might give them a very different perspective and maybe one that views this whole thing as somewhat less imperative than truly a matter of "life or death". I think we need to get serious here.( and that is no nasty criticism to anyone in particular.) All the techno. talk and other thoughts on cryonics are more or less no where if the whole thing simply collapses for lack of support. And so I again say that we need some notoriety and much, much better cryonics public relations to get things going and out of stagnation.