"Those who actually achieve much, although they may
desire the rewards, have also something in their nature which inclines them to
choose a certain kind of work as the road which they must travel if their
ambition is to be satisfied.
This artist's impulse, as it may be
called, is a thing of infinite value to the
individual, and often to
the world; to respect it in oneself and in others makes up nine tenths of the
In most human beings it is rather frail, rather easily
destroyed or disturbed; parents and teachers are too often hostile to it, and
our economic system crushes out its
last remnants in young men and young women.
The result is that human
beings cease to be individual, or to retain the
native pride that is their
birthright; they become
machine-made, tame, convenient for the bureaucrat and the drill-sergeant,
capable of being tabulated in statistics without anything being omitted.
This is the fundamental evil resulting from lack of liberty; and it is
an evil which is being continually intensified as population grows more dense
and the machinery of organization grows more efficient." -
2015 The foundations of transhumanism are
many, but the most important are : cryonics, gene therapy, cybernetics,
molecular manufacturing, mind/brain uploading and artificial general
Cryonics is the practice of low-temperature preservation
of flesh with the hope that one day there will be the technology to resuscitate
Molecular manufacturing and molecular nanotechnology are
cornerstones of transhumanism.
Techniques in molecular
nanotechnology will enable man to create self-repairing organs so that
radiation, viral RNA, prion protein,
polybrominated diphenyl ethers no
longer effect you.
Cybernetics is a major aspect of transhumanism, hearing and
vision enhancements, brain-computer interface, metabolic enhancement,
artificial muscles, bones and organs.
All these enhancements will be
very difficult to notice once implanted in the human body.
In fact the
cyborg of the future will look and perform better than any mortal living today!
free trial of the first step to becoming immortal
Apply at your
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"The current prevailing view
is that participation in biomedical research is above and beyond the call of
While some commentators have offered reasons against this, we
propose a novel public goods argument for an obligation to participate in
Biomedical knowledge is a public good, available
to any individual even if that individual does not contribute to it.
Participation in research is a critical way to support an important public
all have a
duty to participate.
The current social norm is that individuals
participate only if they have
reason to do so.
goods argument implies that individuals should participate unless they have a
good reason not to.
Such a shift would be of great aid to the
progress of biomedical research, eventually making society significantly
healthier and longer lived." - G. Owen Schaefer, BA; Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD,
PhD; Alan Wertheimer, PhD July 1, 2009
Journal of the American Medical
G. Owen Schaefer, Ezekiel J. Emanuel and Alan Wertheimer
need to be first in line as test subjects !
Ever since the discovery of the
first tools people have seen technological advances as positive and
desirable - fire, the wheel, pottery,
glass, horticulture, boats, writing, the printing press, locomotives,
telephone, airplane, television, satellite, microwave, computer, etcetera.
Technological advances have
reduced the distance between cultures but unfortunately the distance between
interpersonal communicants appears to be expanding.
Paradoxically, the closer we get, the
further apart we appear to be. Communications
technology is largely responsible for
this increasing social/interpersonal distance.
Tools are intended to
make one's work easier. However, the increased ease and time saved, afford
people the opportunity to become less interdependent and more autonomous and
Where women once gathered at the the edge of the water to
do the laundry in social groups outside the
men and women now go to the
laundry room and turn on the
washing machine, quickly returning to the comfort of the
designed to aid in the execution of some activity sometimes come to replace
that activity. Human input goes from
maximum to almost nonexistent.
The telephone facilitates the delivery
of "food" to our front doors as cable access delivers recently released
home viewing while internet
availability permits shopping for nearly anything anytime on-line. A
consumer can take advantage of all of
these services and never
leave the comfort - and the isolation - of the
home. All of this increased
social isolation is encouraged and validated.
The AT&T slogan, "Reach out and
touch someone," encapsulates the
ideology being spread by
Time Warner, General Electric,
The enthymematic force of this slogan advances the position
that mediated contact and virtual interaction through machines is synonymous to
Corporate propaganda - advertising -
someone in an emotional sense as equivalent to
Hence, the paradox; one feels closer because some
form of contact is experienced and further apart because that contact serves to
create a less accurate representation of the participants and their messages.
The absence of the characteristics associated with face-to-face communication
can result in a loss of fidelity and an increase in the psychological distance
The desire for the
acquisition of new
technology conspires to place a
heavier financial burden on the family making dual income families normal in
In American families having children between 6 and
17, 73% of the women are employed. Dual income families have given rise
to the "latchkey children" phenomenon, children
returning from school before either parent has return from work. These
children's contact with parents is
limited, and they spend a large part of their day with babysitters or day care
workers and with the television and/or computer.
As exposure to
communication media increases the potential for influence by these media also
increases. Television viewing is often used for companionship or to battle
loneliness. Consequently, television has an obvious impact on how people
initiate and maintain interpersonal relationships.
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