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Green Goo for Everybody Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. talks with Mike Treder about the promise and challenge of molecular nanotechnology, the need to regulate nanotechnology and make it widely accessible.  Mike Treder is the co-founder of the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology.

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Neuroethical Considerations by Wrye Sententia

Neuroethical Considerations: Cognitive Liberty and Converging Technologies for Improving Human Cognition

Developers of NBIC (Nano-Bio-Info-Cogno) technologies face a multitude of obstacles, not the least of which is navigating the public ethics of their applied research. Biotechnologies have received widespread media attention and spawned heated interest in their perceived social implications. Now, in view of the rapidly expanding purview of neuroscience and the growing array of technologic developments capable of affecting or...

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The Illusiveness of Immortality Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. reads his recent Change Suring essay “The Illusiveness of Immortality” (First broadcast April 24, 2004)

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Basic Income for all Brazilians pt2 Changesurfer Radio

Part 2 of a speech by Eduardo Suplicy a member of the Brazilian Senate representing the Workers Party. Senator Suplicy spoke on Feb. 21, 2004 at the 3rd Annual Congress of the US Basic Income Guarantee movement on the recent passage of a basic income guarantee in Brazil.

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Basic Income for all Brazilians pt1 Changesurfer Radio

Part 1 of a speech by Eduardo Suplicy a member of the Brazilian Senate representing the Workers Party. Senator Suplicy spoke on Feb. 21, 2004 at the 3rd Annual Congress of the US Basic Income Guarantee movement on the recent passage of a basic income guarantee in Brazil.

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Nano Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. talks to John Robert Marlow, author of the fast-paced techno-thriller Nano which explores the political, military and transhumanist implications of molecular manufacturing and nanorobotics.

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Keep Your Laws Off My Body by Dale Carrico

The feminist politics of choice should embrace all forms of bodily freedom

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Mind Over Technology Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. talks to Richard Samson, a futurist, author of a number of books on human potential and director of the EraNova Institute. In Mind over Technology, Mr. Samson argues that, as machines automate routine physical and intellectual labor, human beings will be able to enhance their unique human capacities to find new niches in the economy.

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Pandora’s Baby Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. talks to Robin Marantz Henig on her book Pandora’s Baby, a story about the moral panic around the first “test-tube babies,” born from in-vitro fertilization.

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George W. Bush Is Getting Brain-jacked by J. Hughes

Despite the president’s best efforts to stop human enhancement, the spirit of Vannevar Bush is rising to smite him