Dewar lid needs paint

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Dewar lid needs paint

Postby jordansparks » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:09 am

The TV interview went fine except for one problem: they decided to zoom in on the dewar lid that needed paint. I was mortified, but had no control. Needless to say, I'm painting lids today.

lisc
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Re: Dewar lid needs paint

Postby lisc » Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:02 pm

I realize this may seem unimportant but, do you use non-toxic paint?

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Re: Dewar lid needs paint

Postby jordansparks » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:00 pm

Not quite sure what you're getting at. A can of spray paint would be considered toxic, I suppose.

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Re: Dewar lid needs paint

Postby lisc » Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:54 pm

RE: Dewar Lids & Paint

I was simply thinking if your cryopreservation process turns out to have worked in the future and allows patients to be hopefully be reanimated at some point; it would be dreadful if something like toxins from the paint on the dewar lids caused damaged to the brains, etc. The paint probably poses no significant harm of any kind as it is not in direct contact with any organs, etc.....just a random thought I had..... I admire your transparency in this field. I can't understand why so many are skeptical of the process actually working. Future generations might one day accept reanimation in most cases as the norm.

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Re: Dewar lid needs paint

Postby WinstonM » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:58 am

Well said, Lisc. The only problem is I think we're still a long time away from that future.


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