Posted: Wed, November 28, 2012 | By:
by Wilfredo Mendez Vazquez
... fabricating a monster. If the building can heal, if the building can grow, and if the building can even move, then it is no longer a building.”
Presently, important concerns on the future of product’s design, building architecture, and city planning have become part of the… Continue Reading
Posted: Wed, November 28, 2012 | By: Khannea Suntzu
A Christian magazine warns that homosexuality is caused by sex with succubi — and that’s just the beginning.
The reigning scientific consensus on sexual orientation is that it’s an inherited, biological trait, but that’s just because scientists don’t know how to party. A far sexier explanation has been offered up… Continue Reading
Posted: Wed, November 28, 2012 | By: Michael Lee
Although Russia’s population has peaked and is now decreasing, this resource-rich Eurasian giant will not go gently into the good night of decline.
Nor will the rich tapestry of Russian history, populated with larger-than-life autocrats such as Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Lenin, Stalin and Putin, and defined by… Continue Reading
Posted: Wed, November 28, 2012 | By: Rachel Haywire
On Friday, November 30th, 2012, from 5pm-Midnight, there’s an Extreme Futurist Festival Pre-Party at RallyPad - 144 Second Street in San Francisco. Link is: http://xffpreparty.eventbrite.com/. This is a benefit event to raise money for Survival Research Laboratories (SRL) to have bleachers at XFF and cover further costs of the… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By: Eric Schulke
“It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.” – Chuck D.
The United States economic system remains the same for the most part, while the government adapts around it. Think of it like an enzyme. The shape of an… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By: Teresa Belcher
Extending human life expectancy is not a new story. Thousands of years ago, it was not in the interests of the species for people to live past child-rearing as resources such as food were in very short supply. So human life expectancy was in the 20s a thousand years ago.… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By:
Hi, I am Travis James Leland, I’m a science and science fiction writer with ties to IEET, Humanity + and Transhumanity.net. I am conducting a short informal survey to determine if there is a higher rate of autistic behaviors among the transhumanist/H+/Singularitarian/futurist community.
This questionnaire is based on GARS-2, the… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By: James Hutton
Of all the places and situations people were in when they became Transhumanists, mine may have been one of the strangest. My family and I were Christian missionaries in Tajikistan, and they didn’t know it yet, but I was having doubts. I had read accounts of how the people of… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By:
by Dick Pelletier
Will living in offworld space colonies ever be embraced by mainstream humanity? Of course, no one can accurately predict how the future will unfold, but by examining today’s knowledge, we can create plausible scenarios of how space development might take place during the 21st Century.
We begin our… Continue Reading
Posted: Tue, November 27, 2012 | By: P. Tittle
According to the Canadian Criminal Code, (self-induced) intoxication is no defence against charges of assault (33.1): if you’re drunk, you’re still able to form the general intent to commit said assault.
And yet, with regard to the sub-category of sexual assault, belief that someone is consenting is cancelled if that… Continue Reading
Posted: Mon, November 26, 2012 | By: Hank Pellissier
For the sake of the children, let’s control human breeding. No one should be permitted to reproduce until they pass a battery of tests.
Does that proposal enrage you? Go ahead, hate me. Call me vile names like “Neo-Nazi-Elitist-Baby-Killing-Totalitarian-Sicko.” Or simply “Eugenicist.” I don’t care. I know I’m right.
It’s blatantly… Continue Reading
Posted: Mon, November 26, 2012 | By:
by Edythe Weeks
It’s 2012 and humankind is at the eve of outer space development. New trends have been put on the agenda via economic policies and laws. These include the development of advanced space transportation systems, new types of spaceships, space habitats, space stations, space settlements, space mining, spacecraft… Continue Reading
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