OK, question for the believersMarch 15 2004 at 7:50 PM
|TWrelated (no login)|
So, you pay your money to Alcor to be preserved for sometime in the future, 100, 200 years, whatever it takes.
Then science comes to a point where they can revive you.
Where does the money for those expensive treatments come from? Who pays for the medical care to rehabilitate and get you fully functioning? How do you support yourself in this new life, without an estate, without family, with everyone who might ever have know of you long gone?
I'm not trying to be silly. This dawned on me this morning in regards to my own family, TW and JHW. How does one finance their own revival?
Is that provided for in the Alcor plan?
- This is an interesting question to be sure. - Rick on Mar 15, 2004
- well, it is heartening to see a wheel or two turn in there, at least - Texas Cryo on Mar 15, 2004
- Right - TWrelated on Mar 16, 2004
- Re: OK, question for the believers - Anonymous on Mar 15, 2004
- Just another chance you take, but better than zero chance. - Non E. Moose on Mar 15, 2004
- Good Question - Maniac on Mar 15, 2004
- Well, - TWrelated on Mar 16, 2004
- Incomplete Revival Plans - Nother Moose on Mar 16, 2004
- Re: OK, question for the believers - thekid09 on Mar 16, 2004