Abby Martin interviews Maryam Henein, investigative journalist and co-director of the film Vanishing of the Bees about a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder, which not only threatens honeybees, but a $16 Billion food industry in the United States.
Archive | September 16, 2013
This satirical cartoon sums it up rather well. What do you think?
by Mike Booth
Via KurzweilAI R.U. Sirius reveals Leary’s proto-transhumanist SMI2LE manifesto :
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Leary may have been the first to signal a memeplex for the transhuman future — SMI2LE (Space Migration Intelligence Increase and Life Extension) — back in the mid-1970s. My new book, Timothy Leary’s Trip Thru Time, explores Leary’s life and philosophies, including his transhuman explorations.
Leary emerged from prison in 1976 as one of the advocates for advances in the human condition that would soon be called transhumanism. Leading transhumanists rarely acknowledge that Leary defined the movement with precision 38 years ago.
In fact, going back to 1974, about a year after Leary expressed, in his Starseed Transmission, his wild prison fantasy of taking 5,000 advanced mutants out to galaxy central, Gerard K. O’Neill, a physicist and professor at Princeton University released a paper claiming that human settlements could be built in space at Lagrange points — locations where a habitat could theoretically remain stable.
Quitter ce que l’on a pour en comprendre la richesse.
Leaving what we have to find out what we left behind.