Monthly Archives: July 2011

In Camera Historia, Trans Time, Inc., 08 February, 1974

  08 February, 1974 Trans Time’s first two patients, shortly after being placed head down inside a dual patient Minnesota Valley Engineering cryogenic dewar, on 08 February 1974 in Emeryville, California.  The dewar was originally constructed to store cryonics patient … Continue reading

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Casual Conversation: A Remembrance of Things Past

“We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us.” – Marcel Proust By Mike Darwin A Digital Ark A couple of years ago I did a … Continue reading

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The Armories of the Latter Day Laputas, Part 4

By Mike Darwin “Possibly the most important discovery we have made about ourselves is that Man is a Wild Animal. He cannot be tamed and remain man: his genius is bound up in the very qualities that make him wild…Not … Continue reading

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