Attempt to Utilize Cryonics

  • by Scott Everhart, Michael Ten
  • Narrated by Lawrence D. Palmer
  • 0 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This short book focuses on reasons why human cryopreservation and cryonics is ultimately desirable. This is done by examining specific reasons why utilizing cryonics may be beneficial, and also by examining potential objections to utilizing cryonics and why these are ultimately likely unfounded. Whether or not to try and utilize cryopreservation is ultimately a personal choice and this book attempts to help provide a way of making a more informed personal decision. This short book is an attempt to help individuals realize why utilizing cryonics is ultimately desirable. These are reasons to utilize cryonics. Cryonics is a metaphorical ambulance to the future. Cryonics may be a way to meet back up with future generations of family. I am writing this for those who are interested in cryonics or might become interested in cryonics. I want to empower you so you can make more informed decisions about cryonics, and how to communicate it to others.

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To Be or, Not to Be...Cryo-Preserved

Would you listen to Attempt to Utilize Cryonics again? Why?

Yes. This is a thought provoking book; although a very short one. It gives equal time to the
reasons that people might consider using cryo-preservation as well as addressing the potential problems and other reasons that might turn some away from it. No matter which side of the fence a person may be on, it is an interesting subject.


What other book might you compare Attempt to Utilize Cryonics to and why?

To be honest, this is the first book I have ever had on the subject so, there is no comparison for me to make.


Have you listened to any of Lawrence D. Palmer’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, I believe he sounded better doing this type of audio book than some other types.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Don't be just another "STIFF", be preserved using cryogenics!


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-20-2016
  • Publisher: Scott Everhart