Category Archives: Religion / Spirituality

Eric Steinhart to keynote the 2016 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association

The date for the 2016 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association (MTA) has been announced. The conference will take place on Saturday, 9 April 2016, at the Salt Lake City Public Library. One of the two keynote speakers will be Eric Steinhart, professor in the Department of Philosophy at William Paterson University, and author of “Your Digital Afterlives: Computational Theories of Life after Death.” The other keynote speaker will be announced later.

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Turing Church Manifests Durga’s Symbolism of Good over Evil

Editor’s note: In this article first published in the India Future Society website, Nupur Munshi writes about Durga, Goddess of victory of good over evil, and the Durga Puja celebrations as “an inspiration to work with conviction, to learn and conquer the evil and succeed.”

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Reminder – Modern Cosmism Conference, Saturday in New York

The Modern Cosmism Conference on Saturday October 10 in New York City will be a super must-go event dedicated to a fresh, modern interpretation and formulation of Cosmism. I will be there and give a talk, and if you are in New York next Saturday I hope to see you there!

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Technological resurrection concepts from Fedorov to Quantum Archaeology

“[Nikolai Fedorov]’s idea that space travel might be part of a larger transhuman evolution is a familiar one today, from both science fiction and science speculation,” notes an essay titled “Resurrecting Nikolai Fedorov,” by Nader Elhefnawy. “This means not only achieving immortality, but restoring all the people who have ever walked the Earth to life so that they may share the gift as well, making the heaven of the afterlife a physical reality.”

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