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Transhumanism - Science from Fiction: Conclusion




  1. The belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and technology.1


Transhumanism – Science from Fiction: Part III – Not So Vulcan Mind Melds

Not So Vulcan Mind Melds

Transhumanism - Science from Fiction: Part I - Bionic Body Parts

Advancements in biotechnology have made things of science fiction into reality. Back in the 70’s, bionic body parts were thought to be donned only by the Six Million Dollar Man1 and The Bionic Woman2. Fast forward forty years and bionic body parts are more science than fiction. As LiveScience.com said, “Scientists are getting closer to creating a bionic human, or at least a $6 million one.”3

Transhumanism - Science from Fiction: Intro

What do Jean Grey and Professor Xavier of X-Men, Vulcan “mind-melds” from Star Trek, the Six-Million Dollar Man, Darth Vader and Jedi mind tricks from George Lucas’ Star Wars, The Bionic Woman adapted from Martin Caidin’s Cyborg, Inspector Gadget, Replicants from the 1980’s movie Blade Runner, and Neo (along with his comrades) from The Matrix, all have in common?

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