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I should add that this article was written for non H+ people, specifically, a group named the Kith of Yggdrasil which is Germanic Pagan (Heathen). Hence the over-the-top Transhumanism 101.

By Dirk Bruere on Nov 24, 2012 at 10:59am

Weird how I am a fan of someone who has a hard-on for “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cthulhu”

Why is that sometimes the people who are the most angry at humanity are the most honest?  Maybe that is the exact reason i am drawn to this man.

Unlike some I’ve encountered on FB, Dirk Bruere is not only highly educated, but completely angry at humanity, and completely open about it. But what are his specific reasons?

I understand his anger, and have felt it myself with humans, but think we can fix the species.  I don’t think Dirk thinks so, but there is something that makes this man absolutely good, even if he doesn’t know it.  I don’t know what or where it will express itself, I just know it will.  He is angry for good reason, but I sense a deep “GOOD” and not a deep ‘evil’ in this man.

Dirk, you are angry, not evil.  I know it.

Kevin

By Kevin George Haskell on Nov 24, 2012 at 7:39pm

I support all forward moving Transhuman groups, projects and organizations. I look forward to seeing everything that Zero State can do.

By Eric Schulke on Nov 26, 2012 at 11:30am

Am I angry at Humanity? maybe. I certainly think that at our Starfleet best we are about good enough, but overall when someone mentions the “Human Condition” as often as not they are referring to traits such as greed, stupidity, viciousness, jealousy, hate and selfishness. They not only make for a better story but better news headlines. In fact, these characteristics, which are a leftover from out hominid past, should not be used to define what is Human. Being Human should be about transcending this, not wallowing in it, and if we can do it quickly using technology the more chance we have as a species. Greed, stupidity and technology - we can probably survive two out of three, but not all three.

By Dirk Bruere on Nov 27, 2012 at 6:07am

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