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Futurists discuss The Transhumanist Wager



London Futurists / 3 IEET Writers

David Wood

Posted: Oct 22, 2013


In this video David Wood talks with an IEET contributor Chris Armstrong and IEET Affiliate Scholar Rick Searle, IEET Director Giulio Prisco and Zoltan Istvan about Zoltan’s book “The Transhumanist Wager” Recorded on London Futurists Hangout On Air, Oct 20, 2013.


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Thank you IEET for running the video of this Hangout on your site. And thank you David, Chris, Guilio, and Rick for participating in the discussion. Cheers, Zoltan



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