Natasha Vita-More wrote:
> Could be, but it stands to reason when the new age reference to most new
> types of thinking is fairly locked into the meme lake society. It's like
> still waters. It's tough to change this, but it's worth a try.
Absolutely. Development of a progressive, step-wise program to achieve that
would be a good beginning, with the aim of making Extropianism almost
mainstream. A good first step would be the identification of
features that causes people to place Extropianism on the boundaries, and
attempting to address these.
Note that in no way am I advocating a watering down of the ideas.
Some advertising and public-relations know-how would probably not go astray
here! (Greenpeace is a good example of an organisation that managed to
transform formerly 'whacky' ideas into the mainstream.)
> >The Extropian Principles are pretty good principles to live by - I wasn't
> >too happy with earlier versions, but V 3.0 stacks up pretty well. Hell,
> >way the principles keep changing and, I daresay, improving is a perfect
> >example of the Extropian ideals at work.
> I like this statement very much.
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