Most readers here know that I view most of modern culture as being driven by a mad ultra-left, ultra-radical progressivist agenda that is waging war on my manifestation of our humanity, be it our masculinity, femininity, the old, the young, the inborn, the disabled, a child’s innocence or an elderly persons experience and wisdom, and that this war against the human extends to language itself. Read the Post Neo-Humanity: Transhumanism Will Merge Man with Machine
“You will eat food by the swat of your brow until you are buried in the ground, because you were taken from it. You are made from dust and you will return to dust.”
Today’s technology, however, would seem to be on the verge of making the dream of immortality a reality. Lifespans have increased over the last century and now medicines hold the promise of making those lifespans even longer. Read the Post Transhumanism: Man’s New Quest for Immortality
A development is done by U.S researcher which will help encode the memories of disabled brain. This research gives hope to persons who are suffering from Alzheimer’s as well as soldiers who are not able to remember the recent past because of their injuries. Read the Post A Computer Algorithm to encode Human Memories
Transhumanism is a theory that states that human race can develop or go further beyond its physical and mental limitations when it comes to science and technology. Transhumanism is an intellectual movement that describes that one should improve the human condition through the use of advanced technologies. In simpler language, transhumanism is another word for “Extreme Tech”.
Reality is what it is. Everything else is just a model life is just about Transhumanism.
From Plato to Einstein to random humans like myself, we are all trying to figure out what makes this world tick. Transhumanism is an international and intellectual movement that aims to transform the human condition by developing and creating widely available sophisticated technologies to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities. Read the Post Is Death Bad? Is Grief Appropriate? Life Quantum Mechanics