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· Miserable Bugger
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Xeven said:
I don't really know, I think it's best not to mess with the natural order of things.
Best get down the hospital then and tell them cancel all those cancer treatments and hole in the heart operations.

Nearly every medical procedure we do is against the "natural" order of things and no-one complains about them.
 

· Miserable Bugger
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Saving someone is different from preserving the DEAD

But that isn't what you said.

You said preserving someone cyrogenically was against the natural order of things.

Well so is repairing a hole in the heart. It is the natural order of things for that person to die and remove that genetic defect from the human genome. It is against the natural order for a doctor to repair that hole in the heart and give that defect a chance to continue on.

But even if we go with preserving the dead, perhaps this could be considered the modern version of mumification.
 
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