The cryo-orgs should thoroughly investigate this technology, and it would be
encouraging if they would pay for an outside evaluation. I don't believe many,
(if any), of the existing cryonics personnel have the knowledge and/or
experience required, to produce a proper, non-biased evaluation, and the
majority of people working in cryonics a vested interest in continuing on the
course they are on, (regardless of how very little progress has been made).
Warning: This message was filtered from the daily CryoNet digestbecause the poster's reputation was too low.It thus may need to be rated."
To the person(s) who arranged the reputation issue, I have this to say to you...NOTHING short of reform is going to stop me from expressing my opinions of the incompetency and corruption, in cryonics. It seems some people don't want to hear opinions that differ from their own. If that's the way they want to play, a friend of mine has been holding a stack of pre-addressed envelopes, all containing the same letter, that will be going out to every regulatory agency in Florida, Arizona and a host of Federal Agencies. Someone has been holding these letters for me, for months, with the instruction to mail them at my request, or should anything happen to me. (And, no, I am not afraid of the imbeciles who threatened Larry Johnson, I am afraid of something accidental ending all the "work" I have done, trying to reform cryonics.)
I have come too far to stop now. Nothing short of serious reform in cryonics is going to stop me...not Platt and Harris' lies, Sparks' personal attacks, or people conspiring to keep my posts off of Cryonet. Though I am rather weary of this all, I am quite serious about it. A couple of boneheads posting against me, here, or arranging to keep my posts off of Cryonet, are only going to antagonize me into doing something I don't really want to do.
I hope some of the people reading this post will pop over to Cryonet and complain about the obviously politically-oriented censorship of my post.