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Mormon Transhumanist Association – 2014 Conference and March Discussion Group video

On April 4, 2014, I will give a talk on “Religion for the Cosmic Frontier” at the 2014 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association (MTA). I look forward to meeting many good friends there. Yesterday we had an interesting discussion at the March 2014 online discussion group.

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Praise for Death is Wrong, a delicious transhumanist book for children

Death is Wrong is a delicious little book for children and for life-extension advocates of all ages. Written by philosopher and futurist Gennady Stolyarov and illustrated by artist Wendy Stolyarov, the book shows that death is not inevitable, but a disease that can and will be cured by science. I am very pleased to see that Death is Wrong is going viral, with mentions and discussions all over the mainstream Internet.

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August 2012 Discussion Group of the Mormon Transhumanist Association

Today I had the pleasure to participate in the August 2012 Discussion Group of the Mormon Transhumanist Association, via Google+ Hangouts. It is good to see that this meeting is becoming more popular, we had 10 participants today, and a very interesting discussion on death and resurrection. Continue reading August 2012 Discussion Group of the Mormon Transhumanist Association

How to cope with death: the Cosmist ‘Third Way’

Recently on Facebook a friend asked: “Hey, atheist friends, I need your help. I would like to listen and read what do you do when you lose somebody who you loved? I have tried several ways to ease the pain, but it is still there.” He addressed his atheist friends because evidently he didn’t want to hear about a supernatural afterlife. I took the liberty to offer my vision of a natural afterlife following technological resurrection, based on science and engineering.

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