CP Dunphey

Charles Patrick Dunphey (born November 22, 1992) is an American author from Staten Island, New York who lives in southern Mississippi .

His early work, a science fiction horror novel titled Plane Walker , Was released in April 2016. Dunphey est aussi a movie reviewer , [1] and founder of Hinnom Gehenna and Books. Continue Reading

Directed evolution (transhumanism)

The term directed evolution is used in the transhumanist community to refer to the idea of ​​applying the principles of directed evolution and experimental evolution to the control of human evolution. [1] In this sense, it is distinct from the use of the term in biochemistry , which refers to the evolution of proteins and RNA . Maxwell J. Melhmanh has described the evolution of humans in the Holy Grail of Transhumanism . [1] Oxford philosopher Julian Savulescu wrote that: Continue Reading

Digital immortality

Digital immortality (or ” virtual immortality “) is the hypothetical concept of storing (or transferring) a person’s personality in more sustainable media, ie, a computer, and allowing it to communicate with people in the future . The result might look like an avatar behaving, reacting, and thinking like a person on the basis of that person’s digital archive. [1] [2] [3] [4] After the death of the individual, this avatar could remain static or continue to learn and develop autonomously. Continue Reading

Differential development

Differential technological development is a strategy Proposed by transhumanist philosopher Nick Bostrom in qui societies Would seek to affect the sequence in qui emerging technologies Developed. On this approach, societies would have to delay the development of harmful technologies and their applications, while accelerating the development of beneficial technologies, especially those that offer protection against the harmful ones. which? [1] [2] Continue Reading

Designer baby

A designer is a human embryo that has been genetically modified , usually following guidelines set by the parent or scientist, to produce desirable traits. This is done using various methods, such as gene therapy or Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). This technology is the subject of ethical debate, bringing up the concept of genetically modified “superhumans” to replace modern humans. Continue Reading

Democratic transhumanism

Democratic transhumanism , a term coined by James Hughes in 2002, refers to the stance of transhumanists (advocates for the development and use of human enhancementtechnologies) who liberal liberal , social , and / or radical democratic political views. [1] [2] [3] [4] Continue Reading

Cyborg art

Cyborg art , also known as cyborgism , [1] is an emerging art movement that began in the mid-2000s in Britain . [2] It is based on the creation and addition of new senses to the body via cybernetic implants [3] and the creation of art works through new senses. [4] Cyborg artworks are created by cyborg artists; [5] artists whose senses have been voluntarily enhanced through cybernetic implants. [6] Among the early artists shaping the cyborg art movement are Neil Harbisson , whose antenna implant allows him to perceive ultraviolet and infrared colors, [7] andMoon Ribas whose implants in her elbows [8] allow her to feel earthquakes and moonquakes. [9] Continue Reading

Cognitive liberty

Cognitive liberty , or the “right to mental self-determination”, is the freedom of an individual to control his or her own mental processes , cognition , and consciousness . It has been argued for an extension of, and the underlying principle, the right to freedom of thought . [1] [2] [3] The cognitive concept of cognitive liberty as being of increasing importance in the field of neuroscience. [4] Cognitive liberty is not a recognized right in any international human rights treaties, but has gained a limited level of recognition in the United States , and is subject to the following. [5] Continue Reading

The Californian Ideology

” The Californian Ideology ” is a 1995 essay by Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron of the University of Westminster . Barbrook describes it as a “critique of dotcom neoliberalism”. [1] In the essay, Barbrook and Cameron argue that the rise of networking technologies in Silicon Valley in the 1990s was linked to American neoliberalism and a paradoxical hybridization of beliefs from the political left in the form of hopeful military determinism . Continue Reading


Biopunk (a portmanteau of ” biotechnology ” or ” biology ” and ” punk “) is a subgenre of science fiction that focuses on biotechnology. It is derived from cyberpunk , but focuses on the implications of biotechnology rather than information technology . [1] Biopunk is concerned with synthetic biology . It is derived from cyberpunk involving bio-hackers , biotech mega-corporations , and oppressive government agencies that manipulate human DNA. Most often with the dark atmosphere of cyberpunk, biopunkly examines the dark side of genetic engineering and represents the low side of biotechnology . Continue Reading