the transhumanist wager
"If you make the human body virtually indestructible, being wounded loses some of its relevance."
We need some authoritative measures to guarantee safe and effective immigration. But then, the robots come.
If we’re lucky, given how crazy these elections have made America look, maybe technology will make future elections disappear altogether.
In the transhumanist age, the human being should be looked at more like a machine—something that comes out a particular way, but then can be heavily modified.
Twenty-five years into the future, we may have little reason to call any government service employee whatsoever.
The obvious reason going green doesn’t work is the sheer impossibility of getting the developed world to stop… well, developing.
In the fight against death, sometimes you have to fight the government.
When everyone has a mobile phone, why not use them to vote?
Is technology going to cause a Constitutional crisis?