From: Duane Nelson (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 05 1996 - 08:16:44 EST
I would imagine that each of us received this message via b-greek. I signed
up for this list to keep my perspectives fresh with my greek studies. This
doesn't help my greek at all. Is there a reason a message like this was
sent to my "greek studies" box?
Please note that along with the message itself being very offensive, it is
an abuse of a scholarly enlightening list. P61A2@aol.com, who sent this
message, should recheck his priorities before abusing another list.
End of sermon.
A Wanna-be Scholar
>When an embryo is aborted 8 to 9 weeks into a pregnancy, the child has not
>yet developed a functioning nervous system or brain so the child has no
>'experiences' or 'memory'. The essence of life exists in the unique genetic
>Some cells in an embryo have 'decided' to become certain organs and others
>have not 'decided'. This is illustrated best by the fact that babies develop
>from a single 'undecided' cell. It is scientifically plausible that if the
>cells that have 'decided' to become certain organs are removed, the remaining
>'undecided' cells can be nurtured and start the embryo growing again
>(embryogenesis) replacing the cells that were removed.
>Cryogenic Solutions, Inc. is a Houston based company that offers the service
>of cryopreserving (freezing) embryo from terminated pregnancies. They are
>sure the unique genetic identity of the embryo's life is preserved.
>Cryogenic Solutions, Inc. believes that they and their consultant researchers
>can perfect techniques to nurture the 'undecided' cells and start the embryo
>growing again. They also believe they can use some of the widely accepted
>techniques for In Vitro Fertilization to implant the developing embryo into
>the original, surrogate, or adoptive mother.
>The press has started calling Cryogenic Solutions' process 'pregnancy
>suspension'. The company's total fee for cryopreservation, 10 years of
>storage, record keeping, and research is $356.00 per embryo!
>You should know. Cryogenic Solutions offers the service only to women who
>have ABSOLUTELY decided to abort their pregnancy! The company's mission is a
>last ditch effort to save the life that would otherwise be lost forever. I
>think its about time somebody tried.
>Cryogenic Solutions is a public company traded on the NASDAQ bulletin board
>and their symbol is CYGS. The company expects to earn $2.00 per share this
>year and I think the stock should be worth alot more than its current price
>of $7.50 per share, I've been told $30.00 per share is not unreasonable.
>If you have any questions you can e-mail me at the address on the header or
>Cryogenic Solutions, Inc. at CYGS@AOL.COM. You can also call the company at
>Finally, I am not involved with the company in any official capacity. I just
>thought that everyone should know about their efforts to save babies and an
>excellent moral investment.
>Thank you for your time.
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