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Practical Extropianism

Today on philly.com:<blockquote>But let’s get to specifics. Take, for instance, human body version 2.0, which Kurzweil estimates should be available in the early 2030s. This will eliminate the “heart, lungs, red and white blood cells, platelets, pancreas, thyroid and all the hormone-producing organs, kidneys, bladder, liver, lower esophagus, stomach, small intestines, large intestines, and bowel.”</blockquote> Want to learn more? Try the Transhumanist FAQ and other stumbling around.

Written on October 10, 2005


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