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Chris T. Armstrong

Chris T. Armstrong is a secular transhumanist and self-appointed publicist of all things H+/Singularity related. He has had articles published on immortallife.infoIEET.org, BrighterBrains.org, and indiafuturesociety.org. He is currently writing his first book, At Any Cost: A Guide to The Transhumanist Wager and the Ideas of Zoltan Istvan. http://transhumanistwagerguide.com/
 
Back in the 20th century, Chris was a student and researcher in Artificial Intelligence (neural modeling), Lisp programming and a professional software geek. He is also a percussionist/composer, martial artist, powerlifter, proto Renaissance man, and budding bon vivant.
 
Chris has a BFA and MFA from California Institute of the Arts in World Music. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two fully-transhuman dogs, Buddy and Beanie. He blogs at http://carmstrong1959blog.wordpress.com/.
 
His dark-ambient, atmospheric, sci-fi soundtrack sounding compositions can be found here: http://www.SpaceageFurnitureMusic.com


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"Indefinite Lifespan and Risk Aversion: A Short-Lived Problem"     Aug 21, 2014

"But which one is ME? Letting go of our mono-being identity orientation: Poly-beings, here we come!"   Ethical Technology  Dec 17, 2013

"Book Review: The Transhumanist Wager, by Zoltan Istvan"   Ethical Technology  Aug 24, 2013

"Transhumanism and Powerlifting: Don’t Be An H+ Poser"   Ethical Technology  Apr 3, 2013


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