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Human Immortality and Electronic Civilization (v.5) By Alexander Bolonkin
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Book is described the arrangement of the Immortality. This is the scientific prediction of the non-biological (electronic) civilization and immortality of human being. Such a prognosis is predicated... More > upon a new law, discovered by the author, for the development of complex systems. According to this law, every self-copying system tends to be more complex than the previous system, provided that all external conditions remain the same. The consequences are disastrous: humanity will be replaced by a new civilization created by intellectual robots (which the author refers to as "E-humans" and "E-beings"), These creatures, whose intellectual and mechanical abilities will far exceed those of man, will require neither food nor oxygen to sustain their existence. They may have the emotion. Capable of developing science, technology and their own intellectual abilities thousands of times faster than humans can, they will, in essence, be eternal.< Less
The Human Robot, Understanding the Emotional Effects of Industrialism By Jules Siegel
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In 1973, Dr. James Clark Moloney, an elderly psychiatrist who was my neighbor at La Giralda apartments in Guadalajara, introduced me to the concepts of the human robot. Human robots are people who... More > have become machines, as a result of their conditioning from infancy on. Most of the horrors of our time can be traced to their roots in the ways in which we abuse our children.Denying the breast leads to oral fixations such as alcoholism, smoking and overeating. Abusive toilet training is reflected in constipation, compulsive neatness, miserliness. Keeping children in cribs and nurseries increases anxiety. These distortions increase consumption as well as submissiveness to authority. Forgiving your parents is a crucial step in giving up neurotic patterns. This becomes easier when you see them as ignorant and trusting victims of social and economic forces beyond their ability to perceive or comprehend. This is a book that may change your life for the better, as Dr. Moloney's books changed mine.< Less
The Human Robot, Understanding the Emotional Effects of Industrialism By Jules Siegel
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In 1973, Dr. James Clark Moloney, an elderly psychiatrist who was my neighbor at La Giralda apartments in Guadalajara, introduced me to the concepts of the human robot. Human robots are people who... More > have become machines, as a result of their conditioning from infancy on. Most of the horrors of our time can be traced to their roots in the ways in which we abuse our children.Denying the breast leads to oral fixations such as alcoholism, smoking and overeating. Abusive toilet training is reflected in constipation, compulsive neatness, miserliness. Keeping children in cribs and nurseries increases anxiety. These distortions increase consumption as well as submissiveness to authority. Forgiving your parents is a crucial step in giving up neurotic patterns. This becomes easier when you see them as ignorant and trusting victims of social and economic forces beyond their ability to perceive or comprehend. This is a book that may change your life for the better, as Dr. Moloney's books changed mine.< Less
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
The Perfect Human Rebirth: Freedom and Richness on the Path to Enlightenment By Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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FPMT Lineage is a series of books of Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s teachings on the graduated path to enlightenment (lam-rim). This series will be the most extensive contemporary lam-rim commentary... More > available and comprises the essence of the FPMT’s education program. The Perfect Human Rebirth is drawn from Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s graduated path to enlightenment teachings given over a four decade period, starting from the early 1970s, and deals with how rare and precious it is to receive not just a human rebirth but a perfect human rebirth, with eight freedoms and ten richnesses, the best possible conditions for practicing Dharma. This title was published by the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive, a non-profit organization established to make the Buddhist teachings of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche freely accessible in many ways. You can find out more about becoming a supporter of the Archive and see all we have to offer by visiting www.LamaYeshe.com.< Less
Hu-Man Beans v.3 By Patrick Jordan
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Hu-Man Beans is volume 3 in the series Operator's Manual for the Hu-Man body. Hu-Man Beans should be considered a continuous narrative of about 3000 pages separated by the limits of printing in... More > concert with Same Pig Different Lipstick, Doof of the Dogs, Prion Agenda, and Continuum. Frankly, Beans starts out slow; brings you to the peak of the roller coaster; and then the bottom drops out. The revelation of allograft corruption of our genomes will be found nowhere else. A harsh evaluation of homeopathy and several transcriptions of works on the disease Scabies have been Jordanized to the level that you have come to expect. This book sets the stage for all of the other jaw-dropping work that follows. These books contain harsh, blasphemous language that is suitable for the condition that we find ourselves in of full-spectrum warfare in Hell, so there will be no apologies or sanitized versions of these books ever offered.< Less
Synth Core Systems & The Post Human Future By Barry Biddle
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Trans-humanism affirms: the possibility and desirability of fundamentally transforming the human condition by developing and making widely available technologies to eliminate aging and to greatly... More > enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities. You will learn how Barry Biddle has created Synth-Core Systems and a universal personal knowledge repository with the ability of members to print their own 3 dimensional products locally without having to go to the store. You will get access to 3-dimentional printing technology scripts to print most common household and medical items at home. Example: printing a clone of your smart device for immediate use with a 3-D printer without having to call your cellular company for a replacement. “With the reconstitution of local elements with Nano Assemblers the trains and semi-truck gas/coal guzzling will dwindle around the world to the point of global Geo-engineered healing being a welcome byproduct of the technology.” Barry Biddle< Less
Unencumbered Human Movement in Interactive Immersive Environments By Garth Paine
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This book outlines six interactive installation works that form a body of research concerned with the development of interactive, responsive installation works that use the gestures of the... More > unencumbered human body as their central activation and control mechanism. They are therefore an exploration of interactivity, interface technologies and approaches to mapping the sensed data derived from movement in the installation space, onto sound and vision generation schemes. I have conditioned this exploration with a desire to produce art installations; three-dimensional environments that occupy an entire gallery space. The installations were intended to be immersive, and to engage the ‘inhabitant’ in a direct, visceral and dynamic way. It was intended that the visitor to the installation would require no prior knowledge of the system and, additionally, would require no knowledge of musical practice or the visual arts.< Less
Unencumbered Human Movement in Interactive Immersive Environments By Garth Paine
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This book outlines six interactive installation works that form a body of research concerned with the development of interactive, responsive installation works that use the gestures of the... More > unencumbered human body as their central activation and control mechanism. They are therefore an exploration of interactivity, interface technologies and approaches to mapping the sensed data derived from movement in the installation space, onto sound and vision generation schemes. I have conditioned this exploration with a desire to produce art installations; three-dimensional environments that occupy an entire gallery space. The installations were intended to be immersive, and to engage the ‘inhabitant’ in a direct, visceral and dynamic way. It was intended that the visitor to the installation would require no prior knowledge of the system and, additionally, would require no knowledge of musical practice or the visual arts.< Less

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