the scum of the earthApril 29 2004 at 10:48 AM
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Response to Here's Dave's post, Rick.
"There is a story about a man in very early cryonics who left a large estate. He put in his will that his children could not get their shares of his estate until the man was in suspension. The man was frozen, the children got their shares, then had the man unfrozen and got the cryonics money back".
This is one of the lowest things I've ever read. Are there ways to sue these kind of people without putting current cryonics providers at risk? I still think a strong case can be made for separation of cryonics service providers and long term storage.