A revised version of Alcor’s Bylaws was unanimously approved by the Alcor Board recently. The revisions focused on minor typographical errors and other non-substantive changes.
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Month: May 2007
This meeting will take place on Sunday, July 15th at 5:00 pm. The primary purpose of this meeting will be to get to know others in the area who share a similar attitude towards cryonics and other related fields.
Meet your fellow Alcor members and supporters in Texas. The first meeting will be at the home of Shannon Vyff on June 4th at 8:00pm.
This will be an evening social with a guest speaker presentation, along with wine, h’orderves and desserts.
2011 Lantana Dr.
Round Rock, TX 78664
Date & Time: June 4th, 8:00pm
Guest Speaker: Ben Best president of Cryonics Institute, having just attended the Suspended Animation Conference in Florida and the American Aging Association Annual Meeting in San Antonio, will be giving an overview of the current research in Cryonics and Biogerentology in general.
There will be a Board of Directors meeting for JUNE Saturday, June 2, at 11:00 am Arizona time. All are welcome to attend. The meeting usually takes one to two hours, and is followed by a buffet lunch.
There was discussion of the following topics:
Newsweek has published an interesting article about the shifting definition of death in the medical profession and how cells die. Click here to read it.
7th Alcor Conference
Hilton Scottsdale Resort
October 5-7, 2007
Join us to discover the world’s leader in the most ambitious life extension endeavor ever: cryonics. Learn about the cryopreservation process and present-day technology, cryonics research underway at Alcor, the possibilities for revival of cryopreserved individuals, and more.
Attendees will hear from an exciting array of speakers, gain tips for living longer and hear from the Kronos Science Laboratory about their human aging measurement experiment.
Registration includes a tour of the Alcor Foundation.
Register by July 31, 2007, for the special early bird rate of $295.
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