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Dale Carrico
Live Long and Prosper: A Program of Technoprogressive Social Democracy by Dale Carrico

For technoprogressives, there is no question that even radical and disruptive technological developments can be empowering and emancipatory when they are funded and regulated by legitimate democratic authorities and accountable processes to ensure that their costs, risks, and benefits are all fairly distributed among all the actual stakeholders to these developments. But it is no less true for technoprogressives that such developments threaten catastrophes to individual health, safety, and to the environment as a whole, as well as to exacerb...

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Dale Carrico
Is Science Democratic? by Dale Carrico


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Jamais Cascio
Augmenting Hearing by Jamais Cascio

If you wear a hearing aid, are you a cyborg?

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Dale Carrico
Democratic Governors Embrace Technoprogressive Apollo Program by Dale Carrico

Six more Democratic governors—Rod Blagojevich (IL), Jim Doyle (WI), Christine Gregoire (WA), Ted Kulongoski (OR), Janet Napolitano (AZ), and Brian Schweitzer (MT)—have joined with three Democratic governors who were already on board—Jennifer Granholm (MI), Ed Rendel (PA), and Bill Richardson (NM)—in embracing the technoprogressive Apollo Alliance’s excellent goal of achieving sustainable American energy independence within a decade’s time. [Nation]

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Treder & Hughes Participate in Terasem Meeting

Adapted from Responsible Nanotechnology blog.

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Wrye Sententia
Diagramming Sentences of Value: Evolving Human Rights and the Terms of Geoethical Nanotechnology by Wrye Sententia

Talk at 1st Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, July 20, 2005 by Wrye Sententia, Ph.D., Director, Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethic.

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July 20, 2005 Terasem talks webcast

The Terasem Movement, Inc., a non-profit foundation focused on geoethical nanotechnology, plans a live webcast of its 1st Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, featuring transhumanist writer Ray Kurzweil, IEET Fellow and Center for Responsible Nanotechnology Director Mike Treder, Nobel Laureate Barry Blumberg, IEET Executive Director James Hughes, cognitive liberty campaigner Wrye Sententia and other luminaries.

Rights > HealthLongevity > J. Hughes > CSR
Dream of the Perfect Child Changesurfer Radio

Dr. J. chats with Joan Rothschild, professor emerita from UMass Lowell, and author of The Dream of the Perfect Child.

Fellows > HealthLongevity > Mike Treder
Mike Treder
Cure aging with nanobots? by Mike Treder

Entrepreneur and inventor Ray Kurzweil’s latest publication is called Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever. Written with Terry Grossman, the book ‘purports to make the scientific case that immortality is within our grasp, thanks to modern technology, and that it can be reached via three so-called bridges,’ according to this somewhat skeptical report.

The first bridge relies on the latest medical research into ageing and how to counteract the process with ‘nutritionals’ (food and food suppleme...

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Mike Treder
21st Century People’s History by Mike Treder

“The Democratization of History” is the title of a stimulating new essay by Jamais Cascio at WorldChanging…