De : O'Regan, Emlyn <Emlyn.ORegan@actew.com.au> À : 'email@example.com' <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date : lundi 24 mai 1999 7:26
Objet : RE: Property Rights
>Humanity has naturally evolved into its present form over billions of
>years, but none of us are particularly happy with the current form (a
>fair job, good ideas, seems to die rather to frequently, please pay more
>attention to neatness, final mark 6/10). Evolution is the antithesis of
>the transhuman, one would think. The whole idea of transhumanism seems
>to me to be about breaking the evolutionary shackles and reinventing our
>universe as we see fit.
I had the idea that transhumanism was a constatation of the "acceleration to higher complexity" of evolution processes and about how to be more in agreement with this scheme ;))
Evolution processes are far far beyond "natural law", they are mathematical truth within properly defined systems.
>Why not break another shackle?