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Kris Notaro
Transhumanism: The future of Revolutionary Flags and Movement Symbols by Kris Notaro

A few years ago after voting I went back to my local elementary school where I was taught about liberty, and the “American way of life.” The same old stories, same old lies. I went there to ask them to take down the massive confederate out-of-date flag of Georgia that was still flying since I went to school there.

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Transhumanism, Technoprogressivism and Singularitarianism: What are the Differences? by J. Hughes

In the recent IEET survey we asked about your support or opposition to a variety of movements including transhumanism and singularitarianism.  Your answers allow us to tease apart some of the differences between these two movements.

Technopolitics > Sociology > Philosophy > Technoprogressivism > Vision > Staff > J. Hughes
Who are the IEET’s audience?

Responses to the IEET survey keep coming in, and we’re over 450 as of today. But so far we have a pretty good snapshot of the IEET’s fans and supporters.