<<Can't you actually correlate riches to the "adventurous" index : the
farther you go from central Africa, the more riches you find ?
Obviously Extropianism would appear as a new sort of migration
(actually translating into geographical migration if you consider
space) bringing a new such self-selection (whatever the further
changes Extropians actually perform on themselves).
Yes, but Extropians were not the first to advocate migration to other
watering holes. The real predecessors were science fiction fans who would
have loved to move to better places to live, in the solar system and beyond.
Before that....imperialists, colonists, wanderers, vagabonds, gypsies,..etc
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