Oh no,not another "confidential cryonics" case.

Oh no,not another "confidential cryonics" case.

Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

April 28th, 2004, 2:06 pm #1

Natasha responded to a question about whether Walford was signed up for cryonics by saying we should respect a person's confidentiality in that regard. This indicates to me that he may indeed have been preserved. I think I'm going to have look at the confidentiality "box" in the Alcor paperwork again. Mine still isn't right so that if I went down, people could potentially claim I wanted confidentiality, even though that's not true. Now someone will lambaste me for "pure speculation" on the matter of a possible Walford preservation. Great. Here we go again. Why don't I just drive past Alcor and see if there's any activity, like liquid nitrogen trucks pulling up. Hey-- that's an idea. Did Walford attend any cryonics conferences that anyone knows of? [+]

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