Quod Incepimus Conficiemus

The archive of Cryonics magazine’s Quod Incepimus Conficiemus column:

2017

Aschwin de Wolf – The Case for Field Cryoprotection(November – December 2017)
Aschwin de Wolf – Keeping Cryonics Affordable (September – October 2017)
Aschwin de Wolf – New Warming Breakthrough for Cryopreserved Organs? (July-August 2017)
Aschwin de Wolf – Premedication in Cryonics Revisited (May-June 2017)
Aschwin de Wolf – The False Hope of Cryonics (March-April 2017) * Web Exclusive
Aschwin de Wolf – Alcor Associate Membership (January-February 2017)

2016

Aschwin de Wolf – Advances in Cryoprotectant Toxicity Research (September -October 2016)
Aschwin de Wolf – “Scientific Proof” for Cryonics? (July-August 2016)
Aschwin de Wolf – How “Repair Denialism” Prevents a Rational Discussion About Cryonics (May-June 2016)
Aschwin de Wolf – Human Biostasis Options: Advantages and Limitations (March-April 2016)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics without Cerebral Dehydration? (January-February 2016)

2015

Aschwin de Wolf – Suspended Animation as a Research Goal and Case Benchmark (December 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics is not Mind Uploading (November 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – False Modesty Hurts Cryonics (October 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryofixation and Chemopreservation (September 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Charisma: The Missing Link in Cryonics (August 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics for Families (July 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Changing the Goalposts (June 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Competition and Cooperation in Cryonics (May 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics as a Measure of Rationality (April 2015) * Web Exclusive
Aschwin de Wolf – Medical Myopia and Brain Death (March 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Deconstructing Future Shock (February 2015)
Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics as an Employee Benefit (January 2015)

2014

Aschwin de Wolf – Cryonics and Natural Selection (December 2014) * Web Exclusive
Aschwin de Wolf – Alcor for the Living (November 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Biological Repair Technologies (October 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Changing the Subject on Cryonics (September 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – How to Validate New Cryonics Technologies (August 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – I’m not Dead Yet! (July 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Killing Yourself to Live (June 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Who’s Leaving Whom? (May 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Technological Advances in Cryonics: What’s Next? (April 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Low Cost Cryonics (March 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – Forever Lost? The First Cryonics Brain Repair Paper (February 2014)
Aschwin de Wolf – The Case for Brain Cryopreservation (January 2014)

2013

Aschwin de Wolf – Social Benefits of Rejuvenation Biotechnologies (December 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf – Ultrastructural Signatures of Information-Theoretic Death (November 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf – Is Aging a Choice? (October 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf- A Skeptic’s Guide to Cryonics (September 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf – Born Too Early? (August 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf – What do we really know about fracturing? (July 2013)

Aschwin de Wolf – Marketing Cryonics (June 2013)

Aschwin de Wolf – Resuscitation Research Can Start Now! (May 2013)

Aschwin de Wolf – Protecting Cryonics Patients (April 2013)

Aschwin de Wolf – Reversible Cryonics (March 2013)
Aschwin de Wolf – Iatrogenesis and Cryonics (February 2013)

Aschwin de Wolf – In Praise of Cold (January 2013)

2012

Aschwin de Wolf – A Pathography of Aging (November-December 2012)

Aschwin de Wolf – Preserving and Inferring (September-October 2012)