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Was Muhammad Ali cryopreserved (frozen) like Ted Willams? There's enough "chatter from the past" to consider it. [PALM Blog-post about Ali's possible cryonic preservation by Rick][Threaded discussion forum "TW Talk" will pick up where the PALM Blog-page left off]

Friday, March 17, 2017

I pitched Ch. 3 Phoenix on covering the possible Ali-cryonics connection.

I failed to copy and post the pitch to Ch. 3 but basically pitched them on my blog here and how there might be a connection. channel 5 phoenix - Google Search
P.A.L.M. Cryonics

I emailed alcor's general contact form-- with a heads up to this link. The next paragraph shows that Alcor is officially pleading ignorance to any connection between Ali and cryonics by issuing a statement that is incomplete and brief. This is complete absurdity. Obviously TransTime has a currently online findable documented history with Ali as I showed 2 posts ago so this makes Alcor useless as a funnel for cryonics information-- as I found out decades ago anyway. Still-- since Ali is in Phoenix and since the Ali fundraiser this weekend is in PHoenix and since Alcor is in Phoenix-- etc... you'd think that an intellectually honest Alcor (obviously an oxymoron) would at least acknowledge the idea that Ali desired cryonics like Disney decades earlier. This cryonics cover-up is stupid in the age of the internet when everything is now available to anyone with a smartphone. I guess all I'm doing here is documenting intellectual dishonesty. I emailed CPlatt my Ali page and he didn't respond so at least Cremeeens responded. I guess this is the standard M.O. now-- deny, ignore-- walk away, plead ignorance. Fine. Truth always surfaces anyway, one way or another.

RE: Alcor Contact Form: Muhammad Ali Pitch to Ch. 3 Phx

Friday, March 17, 2017 6:18 PM
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"Rick Potvin"
"Diane Cremeens"
Hi Dianne-- Thank you for responding. My intention was simply to give a heads up to the fact that Ali has a cryonics history and that I hooked Channel 3 up with it. My primary post on the topic has had 500 hits since last year. If msm queries alcor/you on this, at least I was able to issue an advance notice. Hopefully you'll read my blog post and at least have Cryonics Magazine writers deal with the Ali/cryonics history as a matter of simple intellectual honesty in my intended context given the online obvious evidence of the connection-- if not for business, at least of intellectual fun. Thanks again.

Rick Potvin
On Fri, 3/17/17, Diane Cremeens <diane@alcor.org> wrote:

Subject: RE: Alcor Contact Form: Muhammad Ali Pitch to Ch. 3 Phx
To: "'Rick Potvin'" <rick_potvin@yahoo.com>
Date: Friday, March 17, 2017, 5:10 PM

Hi Rick,

This is a new one, of course he is not here.


-----Original Message-----
From: Rick Potvin [mailto:rick_potvin@yahoo.com]

Sent: Friday, March 17, 2017 1:44 PM
To: diane@alcor.org
Cc: rick_potvin@yahoo.com
Subject: Alcor Contact Form: Muhammad Ali Pitch to Ch. 3

Thank you for your question or feedback.  Below is a
copy of your message to
us.  We will respond as soon as possible.

From: Rick Potvin <rick_potvin@yahoo.com>


Subject: Muhammad Ali Pitch to Ch. 3 Phx


heads up-- just in case they cover this


Rick says ... on March 17 Fri 8 pm -- I just emailed the org that's organizing the fundraiser... as follows...

I've investigated Ali's interest in cryonics and was a cryonics member for years. I'm the person who discovered that Ted Williams was frozen as a head. My blog post about Ali and cryonics has recieved over 400 hits.

I'd like to invite you and your organization to "at least" look into my proven connection of cryonics with Ali in the hope that we can mainstream cryonics by virtue of Ali's desire for it via Trans Time in California-- as can be proven with records now showing up on Google in the age of the internet- that I've documented on my blog.


Rick Potvin-- an "immortalist" in the tradiation of Gilgamesh and now--- Muhammed Ali!

Celebrity Fight Night

Rick says-- on march 17 Fri 8 pm === between Charles Platt's outreach to me (that he denied-- on Facebook)-- Dianne Cremeens who is public relations at Alcor who said it's news to her that Ali was into cryonics-- and the Ali fundraising org-- and Channel 3 in Phoenix-- I expect a spark to fly somewhere. But since cryonics is so underground for decades... and even more underground today, that spark might not show up. Still, I'll be watching for it. I like the the idea that Ali was into cryonics. I used to watch "wrestling" with my Potvin grandpaw... and developed a taste, as a kid, for one on one guys fighting each other-- for show-- and Ali definitely was a showman. Since I found out that Trans Time showed him around their lab-- like they showed ME around-- back there in the 1980's... and also since Ali has other political and social views that match my own-- I'd like to see him get credit for having taken the LONG SHOT at being preserved for future reanimation like Disney and Ted Williams!

Rick says-- March 17 9:12 Pm MST-- I emailed CPlatt

Re: Was Muhammed Ali frozen like Ted Williams?

Friday, March 17, 2017 11:34 PM
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"Rick Potvin"
"R"Charles Plat"
Charles, tomorrow is the Ali fundraiser for Parkinsons. There is lots of evidence that Ali was into cryonics. Steal my info if you want to and claim it as your own, I don't care. You of all people could make a writier's impact on the cryonics world. After you read my blog post about Ali, you MUST have been impressed. Because I know the silver shirt impressed you too. So let's see an article in Wired about Ali and cryonics by you. Why not?
On Mon, 1/23/17, Rick Potvin <rick_potvin@yahoo.com> wrote:

Subject: Was Muhammed Ali frozen like Ted Williams?
To: "Charles Platt" <plattland@gmail.com>
Date: Monday, January 23, 2017, 10:38 PM

Charles, whenever you find it
convenient, I would be genuinely honored if you would read
my blog post about Ali and let me know what you think.
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What an abolutely crappy website 15 has... 3 is waaaay better with 5 up in the air neither her nor there. Actually 3 wins for contactability. 

muhammad ali phoenix - Google Search

Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center | Barrow


The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Barrow Neurological Institute at Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona is a ...

Rick Potvin's Cryonics-for-Connectomes Commentary: MOHAMMED ALI ...


MOHAMMED ALI - I've contacted Phoenix channel 5. June 4 2016 at 6:47 PM, R ( Login recreation) ... At that time, as well, I was unable to drive over to Alcor

HIXON - SHOWING ALL MATCHES :: Census Data Research Online


MOHAMMAD HIXON as of: 03-AUG-2016, MOHAMED HIXON as of: 01-JAN- 2017 ...... HUGO HIXON as of: 06-FEB-2017, HUGH HIXON as of: 06-FEB-2017 ...... ALI HIXON as of: 06-AUG-2016, ALFREDO HIXON as of: 11-SEP-2016.

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... hold greater importance in my life than Muhammad Ali, the boxing legend, ..... was achieved when I arrived on the scene and Hugh Hixon became involved full  ...

Today, Bob Ettinger, Ray Kurzweil and Ben Best hold greater importance in my life than Muhammad Ali, the boxing legend, Jim Kelly, the Buffalo Bill quarterback who played in four straight Super Bowls, or Bret “Hitman” Hart, the pro wrestler who earned the right to say he’s “the best there is, the best there was, and the b

est there ever will be.”'

What Really Happened to Ted Williams - Sports Illustrated

www.si.com/.../what-really-happened-to-ted-williams-a-year-after-the-jarring -news-that-the-splendid-splinter-was-being-frozen-in-a-cryonics-lab...

Aug 18, 2003 ... Muhammad Ali .... According to Alcor internal documents, e-mails, photographs and tape recordings obtained by SI with the cooperation of the ...

OF COURSE-- SPORT ILLUSTRATED is the reporter to go to! -- Akkk. Why didn't I think of that before? --Rick.

I'm humble. I'm not trying to grandstand. I'm just a little guy trying to get what I see as "the truth" out. I discovered Ted Willians was a head-only case in 2003. I attended the board meetings of Alcor in Scottsdale. I can tell you the mood of the room in addition to what was said to sidestep the fact that Ted was in a Cryostar container. 

NOW.... TOMORROW-- in Phoenix-- we have the Muhammad Ali Celebrity fundraiser. I think ali was frozen secretly. Here's my website. Take  a look. If you think it's malarky, fine. I'm just a salesman and piano teacher who signed up for cryonics years ago in Phoenix-- who is an infomaniac. I noted that SI followed the Ted Williams cryonics story closely--- so how about Ali? Ali has a cryonics history! 

Background information - The art of being cryogenically frozen

Larry King, Simon Cowell, Muhammad Ali,and many other famous people have ... The reason that the cost is that high is that alcor charges $115,000.00 for ...

Rick says... How can anyone connected with cryonics DENY the Ali interest? If they DENY the  Ali interest-- which interest is evident and clearly documented-- then what does that mean? It's a blatant denial and contradiction, at the very least.  Email me at rick_potvin@yahoo.com

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Jan 12, 1992 ... Why would Muhammad Ali secretly visit a Berkeley laboratory full of scientists whose ultimate goal is to bring frozen humans back from the 
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AZCentral.com - 20 hours ago
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Saturday, March 18, at the fundraising gala that Ali was ...
Apr 9, 2016 ... Boxing legend gets standing ovation at fundraiser for Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Barrow Neurological Institute.
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Dec 16, 2015 ... Could we freeze Harrison Ford in real life? ... liquid nitrogen is used forcryonics, the process of preserving living organisms at extremely cold ...
Jul 24, 1982 ... CRYONICS is the newsletter of the Institute for Advanced Biological ..... HarrisonFord plays a blade runner, a special cop who pursues and.

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