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October 31 2009 at 2:33 PM
Luke Parrish  (Login lsparrish)
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Response to Not accepted.

 

Do you seriously want to be kept alive without a brain? Would you honestly trade your shot at the future for a few more minutes of breathing?

Where exactly do you draw the line?

Cryonics isn't death anyway in my opinion, it is staying alive -- by the criteria that matters, which is whether the brain can be repaired with the same person inside. If you live by the "still breathing" criteria for a few more minutes or months it is not going to do you any good. Once today's medical technology has zero hope of restoring you to a sane healthy condition, it is time to freeze ASAP if you seriously want to survive.

 
    
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