Doomed to cause failure of cryonicsOctober 22 2009 at 1:53 PM
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Response to Retired pros living near the lab with a cell phone would work.
The concept has not been tried, but what indication do we have that "retired professionals" would be more likely to show up when called, than currently-active professionals on contract retainer (who also do not show up when called, but gladly report for scheduled training and collect retainer fees)???
It is my humble opinion that "retired professionals" would be even less likely to show up, and more likely have family things to attend to (grandkids' birthday parties, graduations, etc.) or cruises to take, than to be sitting around twiddling their thumbs hoping they can get back into the workplace again, howbeit temporarily, and howbeit doing (shudder!) cryonics..
It is also my humble opinion that all of these nonworkable "solutions" presented in the past by Ms. Maxim are merely ploys to get cryonics to fail. That is a not unknown tactic to cause failure from within an organization - to convince its leaders to accept a strategy that is doomed to failure.
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