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Terasem covered by Time Magazine

“A new religion has set out to store memories for centuries and deliver its believers into a world where our souls can outlive our selves.” So begins a Time Magazine article about Terasem. The end: “[T]echnology can do almost everything for us… but it can’t bring the people we love back from the beyond. At least, the Terasemians say, not yet.”

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Incomplete mindfiles can be completed with information available in the cloud

According to Martine Rothblatt, our minds will be uploadable in good enough shape to satisfy most everyone by reconstructing them from information stored in software mindfiles. The reconstruction process will be iteratively achieved with AI software designed for this purpose, dubbed mindware. Mindfiles recorded with today’s not-so-advanced technology are necessarily incomplete, but an incomplete mindfile can be completed with information available in the cloud.

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Scattering Fred on Terasem beach

Yesterday May 10 the Terasem crowd in Florida scattered the ashes of our beloved friend Fred Chamberlain on the beautiful beach near the Terasem Ashram. The ashes were scattered, but Fred’s brain is stored at the Alcor cryonics facility, and someday it will be possible to retrieve all thoughts, feelings and memories from Fred’s frozen brain, merge them with his extensive mindfile (much more about mindfiles in a forthcoming post), and bring him back to life. Continue reading Scattering Fred on Terasem beach

Mindfiles and the active side of infinity

My friend Fred Chamberlain recently had his brain placed into cryostasis at the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale. He created a large mindfile, probably one of the most complete created so far, which will be used together with the information stored in Fred’s frozen brain to reconstruct him after cryonic sleep, once the technology is available.

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