Category Archives: Our Future

Comments to Peter Joseph on reading the introduction to his new book

Peter Joseph’s new book – The New Human Rights Movement Introduction and themes Hi Peter, Agree with you Peter that the issues are structural, and they are far deeper than the introduction gives any indication of. Several aspects to those … Continue reading

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Comments on a Facebook post by Sam Mahon

Dam Mahon’s Facebook post of a letter to David Caygill A good read Sam, and from my perspective contains both shared values and incompleteness. I’ve known David Caygill, Richard Prebble and Roger Douglas for over 30 years, not bosom buddies, … Continue reading

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David Brin on Post human AI

Preparing for our posthuman future of artificial intelligence By David Brin “Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” – George Orwell What will … Continue reading

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Doomsday Clock

What is the Doomsday Clock and why should we keep track of the time? The Doomsday Clock was shifted on January 26, 2017 from three minutes to midnight to a new setting of two and a half minutes to midnight … Continue reading

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Project for Progressive Ethics

Post in Project for a progressive Ethics Message on Meetup Hi Dil Having had a 7.8 earthquake here a few months back, haven’t logged in in a while, so just got to see your message. Can’t find any place to … Continue reading

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London Futurists – James Bartlett – Society Broken

Radicals: A disturbing guide to the future? with Jamie Bartlett Society is deeply broken. That’s a belief shared by a wide mixture of ‘Radicals’ – a variety of individuals, groups and movements who reject the way we live now, and … Continue reading

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Living Space culture

Living space culture: Black sky thinker Rachel Armstrong http://www.solnx.org has been around 25 years, and demonstrates what is possible with fully automated engineering, using the moon as an initial source of mass for replication. We are almost there. And stability … Continue reading

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