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Volume 10, Issue 1 - 2020

The Evaluation of Social, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Human Enhancement in Bionanotechnology
Dr.’s Maryam and Leila Ahmadi map some of the main topography of the profound, controversial and far reaching ethical, social and legal issues in the field of human enhancement in bionanotechnology. They identify some of the key issues raised, provide concerns and recommend proactive considerations and detailed solutions to these issues.
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Establishing Futuristic Rights – Lessons from the Current Example of Regulations Governing Genome Editing
This article is based on a talk given by the Chair of the London Futurists, David Wood, in Second Life on 10th December 2015.
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Death Just Ain’t What It Used To Be
This article was submitted by Danfox Davies of Vulpine Designs, Ltd. Death faces many definitions and legal challenges as people try to grasp the meaning of life in all its fleeting wonder, why we are mortal and how one can be certain of death. It becomes all the more difficult to define an agreed standard when death of the body does not necessarily mean death overall any more, as might be the case in mind uploading.
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Reflections on The Truths of Terasem 3.4.4
Ruben F. Novoa reflects upon The Truths of Terasem, the guiding principles of the Terasem Movement, a family of organizations founded by Martine and Bina Rothblatt.
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Terasem Mission
Educate the public on the practicality and necessity of greatly extending human life, consistent with diversity and unity, via geoethical nanotechnology and personal cyberconsciousness, concentrating in particular on facilitating revivals from biostasis.