A paper on cryonics from an Internet paper-mill was posted recently on New Cryonet:
I am appalled by this sentence:
"The practice of cryonics was first introduced in 1964 by a math and physics teacher named Robert Ettinger in. ... Nevertheless, his motive wasn't to cure disease or help mankind. Ettinger was obsessed with the idea preventing death."
So when doctors prevent death, they do not do it because they want to help mankind? Preventing death doesn't help mankind?
When my children get old enough to write I hope they do a better job of it than this.