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Knocking on Heaven’s Door — Russian Cosmism, Transhumanism and Space Exploration

I watched George Carey‘s film “Knocking on Heaven’s Door,” aired by the BBC last year on the 50th Yuri’s Night. The one-hour film is recommended to all those who are interested in space, the history of the Russian space program, the amazing beautiful philosophy known as Russian Cosmism (and, more recently, just Cosmism), our place and future in the universe, technological immortality and resurrection. Continue reading Knocking on Heaven’s Door — Russian Cosmism, Transhumanism and Space Exploration