On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 3:44 AM, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm sure when electricity was first being understood it was assumed that a
> dead body could be revived by electrical stimulation. The reality is that
> there are processes which are thermodynamically irreversible. This is why
> cryogenics has not been successful yet also. It's not that simple. Living
> bodies and cells are more than the sum of their parts, and if you reduce the
> wholes to parts, there is no guarantee that if you could force the parts
> into a whole again, that it would be the same whole.
> Machines don't die, but living organisms do. Machines are assembled from the
> outside, but organisms are born of their own internal nature. The two
> approaches could not be more opposite.
It's difficult having a discussion with you when you believe something
contrary to all biological science for the last two centuries.
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