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Re: Re: Re: Depends On Situation For Noticable Change

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Posted by GwynJ on December 10, 2000 19:19:14 UTC

You'd said if two guys in suspended animation were at top and bottom floors of a building, the guy on top would age faster. Cryogenics is the closest I could figure to known type of 'suspended animation'; is there another already in practice? or how does one postulate such figures? thanks.

I like your analogies, by the way - they're helpful. Are you a teacher, also?

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