Terasem Movement Inc., a non-profit organization established by IEET Trustee Martine Rothblatt, is presently seeking manuscript submissions for its online journals. Transhumanist writers are urged to apply. The Terasem press release is below:
Writers accepted for publication will be in the company of learned professionals such as Marvin Minsky, Ph.D., Inventor/Entrepreneur Ray Kurzweil, Ph.D., Barry Blumberg, M.D., Ph.D., Steve Mann, Ph.D., William Sims Bainbridge, Ph.D. and many others by submitting a scholarly article for publishing consideration to the Terasem Journals Online at www.TerasemJournals.org
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The Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology welcomes submissions of scholarly articles relating to neuro-nanotechnology, the use of atomic-size devices to interface with neurons. Geoethical aspects of neuro-nanotechnology include the impact of its use on others, the accessibility of it to all, and independent means of monitoring its compliance with widely agreed-upon norms.
The Journal of Personal Cyberconsciousness welcomes submissions of scholarly articles on controversial topics such as how consciousness can be ported from a human being into a machine, how consciousness can emerge in a computer and be ported into a nanotechnological or cellular-regenerated body, and how mindware can be developed that enables consciousness to emerge from fragments of someone’s lifetime experiences that have been stored in digital media.
Submission Guidelines: Articles for either journal should be submitted in Microsoft Word and in APA format to Editor@TerasemJournal.org or to Editor, Terasem Movement, Inc., 201 Oak Street, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951. To access a tutorial on the Basics of APA Style go to: http://flash1r.apa.org/apastyle/basics/index.htm. Articles may not exceed 16,000 words, including references, although supplemental hyperlinked material is permitted and is not included in the word count. Please do not include author’s name within the body of the article (e.g. as a header) in order to facilitate a blind review.