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· <B><font color="lightyellow" size = "1">A BIG BAD
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Saving someone is different from preserving the DEAD :)

but still has the ability to start up again
That's nothing but conjecture.

Best get down the hospital then and tell them cancel all those cancer treatments and hole in the heart operations.
Yeah, let's do that. Let's let all the LIVING PEOPLE die from diseases and vitrify them ;) Far as I'm concerned, vitrification or crynological preservation are MOSTLY for cowards who can't accept their inevitable deaths. Course, it's their money, it's their life and their choice.
 

· <B><font color="lightyellow" size = "1">A BIG BAD
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DB7 said:
You said preserving someone cyrogenically was against the natural order of things.
Yes, it's my opinion that preserving yourself in the hope of rising from the dead is stupid and consider this unnatural. How you arrived to equate this statement to me being againts everything "natural law breaking act" (good or not) of humanity is beyond me. :???:
 
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