Monday, March 08, 2004

Ted Williams' son, cryonics believer, dead at 35

From the St. Petersburg Times:

    "'He believed in technology,' said Kerensky. 'He talked to me about nanotechnology and how we could regenerate living things and mechanical things. . . . I got the impression that (cryonics) might be a part of the plan. When he passed away he might do the same thing and if things worked out, he'd be reunited with his dad. I just never thought he'd be gone this young.'" More

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