(subj: cryogenics)

Even if an amphibian can freeze itself and revive, after it actually dies, it doesn’t freeze itself to come back to life. It only happens when the critter is alive, pre-freeze. So why would somebody think that freezing postmortem can save the body for future revival? Besides, there’s something ghastly about forcing someone who should be dead to be alive even if the person asked to be frozen.

(subj: profs don’t gaf)

Professor: “I realize that some of the sections are quite late in the evening and you may prefer to attend an earlier time, or that the only section you could get into may conflict with some essential TV viewing. Just make sure you get the permission of the TAs.”