At 07:28 PM 11/11/98 -0800, Paul Hughes wrote:
>Scott Badger wrote:
>> Really? A desire for privacy is part of human nature? [...]
>It may not be a part of everyone's nature - but is certainly a part of
>are mutating or evolving beyond the norms of their particular tribes reality
>tunnel. As practicing transhumanist we can certainly fall into this
What's your evidence for this Paul? I'm not denying it, but I'm not convinced either. Personally, I'm not a private person. I've always been extremely open about my views and interests, even when those around me are not in sync. For instance, when I was in my first year of grad school, the professors knew about my involvement in cryonics during the Dora Kent crisis. I know some Extropians prize their privacy highly, but I'm not sure it's a general characteristic.
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