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Transhumanists needed for Survey funded by Terasem


Posted: Jul 1, 2012

Volunteers are needed to fill out a series of questions on H+ topics, including, “If you were immortal, what would you do with all that extra time?”

IEET Managing Director Hank Pellissier received a $3,000 grant from Terasem Movement, Inc. for the project.

Timeless replies will be published in an e-book or html manuscript. Pellissier’s cohort in the project is Teresa dal Santo PhD., a psychologist trained in survey methodologies. The World Future Society is generously serving as the fiscal sponsor.

To fill out the questionnaire, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/transhuman


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