Long Life vol 4 no 1 - Immortalist Highlights Jan- Feb 2005
- Long Life: the Cryonics Institute newsletter
January 2005 -- Volume 4, Number 1 - Immortalist Highlights
Welcome to Long Life -- the electronic newsletter of the Cryonics Institute. We're here to update you with brief cutting-edge news, updates, links, and information about the latest scientific, medical, health, anti-ageing, and social developments relevant to CI's goal of saving, preserving, and extending human life. Long Life may also include news about Cryonics Institute events and member activities and opinion. We welcome your feedback, and encourage readers to forward issues to friends and interested parties.
I would also urge readers to subscribe to the paper issue of The Immortalist (see http://www.cryonics.org/info.html ) as not everything is reproduced in this email version.Small Print:
We encourage readers to forward issues to friends and interested parties. Please send any suggestions or comments to Long Life by emailing John@...
Long Life would like to thank Longevity Report, Wired News, InfoBeat, The New York Times, The New Scientist, Nandot, Slashdot, contributors to the Extropian and CryoNet mailing lists, members of the Cryonics Institute, and others, for helping provide some of the free public information used in Long Life.
(Disclaimer: CI does not necessarily encourage or advocate the use of any products or practices mentioned in its newsletter.)News & Views - Two patients moved
Calorie Restriction Another opinion
Open Letter to President Bush
A Modest Plan - Cryonics for all
Letters From Australia and Germany
Life Extension News - Try a pomegranate
Membership Report: Ben's been busy
Book Review Bury My Heart in Bermondsey, the rest of me too
Meet John Strickland One of CI's newest Directors
Life Extension Research Where it's headed
Construction Site A short story by Linda Chamberlain-Part
ACS News & Views.....The cryonics devil
Quickies A Cryopreservation or a cheese sandwich?Potential Patient Lost Ben shares his frustration
CIYG DIGEST What the members (and others) are thinking
Look Back to 1968
To read this issue (without graphics) in Adobe pdf format, please click here:http://www.cryonics.org/jan2005.pdf (a little under 1Mb, about 5 mins on dial-up)Continuing production problems have prevented the appearance of an email text version this time. Those files that were present in the printed version as graphics have not been included, so if you want these, please subscribe to the printed version.I would like to take this opportunity of reminding readers interested in health issues to subscribe to the Yahoo group Longevity Report. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/LongevityReportThis Yahoo group has attracted many new writers this year and there are some interesting subjects being discussed. The group is moderated for new members and so there has been little or no spam. To subscribe send email to LongevityReportemail@example.com--
Sincerely, John de Rivaz: http://John.deRivaz.com for websites including Cryonics Europe, Longevity Report, The Venturists, Porthtowan, Alec Harley Reeves - inventor, Arthur Bowker - potter, de Rivaz genealogy, Nomad .. and more