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We are all aware of this week’s news re: the NSA. Many of us knew the situation already - the signs were all there - but we hadn’t even begun taken effective precautions as an organization. We have nothing to hide - we neither do or even advocate doing… Continue Reading
Thinkers like Martin Ford have argued that the only logical response to the trend of increasing automation is a Basic Income Guarantee. In Lights in the Tunnel, Ford presents a persuasive argument. Initially, the increasing automation of both mental and physical labor will create massive unemployment. But… Continue Reading
UPDATE: A generous contribution of $5000 from the Methuselah Foundation will be received within the next few days. This will put us over the top of the cost and pay for the advanced Champions Oncology treatment described below.
However, Dr. Coles still has other medical expenses outstanding, and more will… Continue Reading
For the last few weeks, I’ve been putting up some poetry by myself and a others that we each feel typifies what the art form can become when created through the lens of Transhumanist/Futurist philosophy. There has been some discussion of perhaps putting together an anthology in the near future,… Continue Reading
One of the hallmarks of a burgeoning subculture is the unique art its members create. Transhumanist art was a concept popularized by Natasha Vita-More some years ago, but that was when transhumanism was still just a concept. Now, people are identifying as transhumanists, looking for ways to stand apart from… Continue Reading
Transhumanity (TNet) is always looking for good articles to publish in the insatiable world of online journalism. If you have something to say, here are some brief guidelines and information. First, the technical stuff:
The purpose of the H+ Flash Media Project is to provide a rapid response in online mass media to H+ and related stories. For example, responses could be posted to the comments pages of newspapers. The idea is that editors want to maximize readership and… Continue Reading