In many ways, common myths are the glue that hold human society together. This does not make these myths “true”. It just makes them true enough for a large enough majority to believe in. 289 more words
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An Australian transhumanist who implanted himself with a microchip from a transit card lost a case several months ago for using the chip in his hand to pay for his train fare instead of doing it the regular way by swiping the card. 375 more words
The original date of this broadcast was on June 17, 2018.
Topics covered: China’s new Social Credit System tracking their citizens with a new Social Credit Score. 53 more words
How would Go react on a flower, as a wave or a particle?
Not directly related to the Para-Imperium universe, but relevant to my writing in general.
Superheroes: Individuals with special skills, equipment, and in particular, powers that they use to fight criminals both “mundane” and superpowered like themselves. 968 more words
by Ben Cooke
For three years, Mark O’Connell hobnobbed with people trying not to be human. Neuroscientists trying to run their brains on hard drives; “body-hackers” turning themselves into cyborgs one electronic implant at a time; dreamers, hoping one day to merge their minds into a collective super intelligence. 640 more words