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Into the Nexus—FastForward Radio



Ramez Naam

blogtalkradio.com

Posted: Dec 22, 2012


“In the near future, cyber culture meets counter culture with the introduction of Nexus, a drug that integrates human minds with machines…and with each other. Does this capability represent the next step in human evolution or the end of humanity as we know it? Or both?
Author Ramez Naam joins hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon to discuss his new transhuman thriller, Nexus. How plausible is such a technology, and how real are the opportunities (and threats) it might represent? Tune in and find out.” - FFR


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