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Transhumanism is inevitable
Posted: 27 March 2007

I have no doubt that transhumanism is the future evolutionary path of humans. I recall someone was running a institute for transhumanity in Hawaii but I can't seem to find the link. I did find a reference to a transhumanity scenario called "Blue Hawaii"

Uproar over "unfair advantage" and "immoral surgery"
Dateline: 12 May 2012
A disabled athlete has disrupted the annual Paralympics in London by setting new world records in the 100m, 200m and 400m distances - faster than any able-bodied athlete, laying down a challenge for athletes at the 2012 London Olympics in July. This year's events have been dominated by Li Lo, a relatively unknown Chinese athlete who first competed as an 'able-bodied' athlete and then, after ...
Wolfgang Grulke That's the same syndicated story! W
Posted: 27 May 2007 at 20:35
Neil Jacobsohn Plus there's a lengthy cover story in the New York Times supplement within the Sunday Times today, complete with fascinating graphics on Pistorius and how his prosthetic limbs work.
Posted: 27 May 2007 at 12:37
Wolfgang Grulke The last few weeks has seen world-wide coverage of the "pistorius phenomenon" and the idea that transhumanism may be inevitable.

The IAAF in the meantime is moving to ban 'disabled' Pistorius from competing in the Beijing Olympics.

One article by Jere Longman has appeared in many publications including the NYT - read it here

Posted: 27 May 2007 at 11:59
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