body modifications

A form of transhumanism, body modifications are made to enhance the human form.

Pierre Roustan3 months ago
The Latest Bio-Engineering Heart Transplant Research Is In: Spinach Leaves
I don't know whether to be blown away or skeptical, but the information and research are indeed verified. It turns out that the research as written here has proven scientists can now literally simulat...
Animality: Prologue & Chapter 1
The average male lion weighs between 350-400 pounds & grows up to nine feet long, three feet in height. Like us, lions have thirty teeth. Wild lions have a life span of twelve years, but in captivity ...
Diego Covarrubias4 months ago
Top Ten Hybrids
Everything in nature conspires for copulation and for diversity. Although for some the hybridization of species may appear to be part of a bizarre genetic experiment or a sign that moral barriers have...
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Dr. Williams5 months ago
The Year 2525
"In the Year 2525, if man is still alive, if women can survive, they may find." That opening to one of the most memorable hit songs of the late 60's set a very ominous tone for the future of mankind. ...
Kevin Wortman5 months ago
What's On Your Mind? Your Computer Will Soon Be Able to Tell You
One of the greatest magicians in history, Harry Houdini, was well known for his death-defying stunts and mind-blowing escapes from sealed chambers. One of his most astounding tricks was reading a pers...
RJ Plant5 months ago
Move Your Body
We’ve all heard stories or seen movies or TV shows about the government making super-soldiers with the use of genetic splicing or enhancement drugs or exoskeletons. It’s a subject both troubling—ethic...
RJ Plant6 months ago
The Skywalker Hand is Coming
As I was traipsing about the wide and wild world of the interwbs in search of awesome stuff, I stumbled—soberly—across this little nugget. If you don’t feel like going to the original article, then sh...
RJ Plant6 months ago
Improving Quality of Life
We're going to focus on Brain-Machine Interface (BMI, also called Brain-Computer Interface, BCI), in relation to how it will help the movement inhibited. I write a good bit on both BMI and tech that h...
Elisa Mask9 months ago
Mx
Mx An elderly woman walked down the grassy hill and stopped at the riverbank below. She pulled out a tattered blanket before sinking onto it with a sigh, making the child wading at the bottom look up ...
Matt Swayne9 months ago
3D Bioprinting Takes Shot at Aging
One of the hurdles to longevity is that bodies seemed designed to break down. It's a part of aging. It might be a part of evolution. Transplants and implants aren’t painless and can be risky. Now, res...
James Lizowski10 months ago
Dr. Hans Moravec's Robotic Future
Dr. Hans Moravec was perhaps the world's most vocal advocate of humanlike robots: creations resembling us that could theoretically live forever—and make us obsolete. As the author of a controversial b...
Joshua Skya year ago
The Human Itch
Stan scratched at the red mark on his skin. It was one of many small scabs that had been bothering him for a few days now. A minuscule, amber crusted sore that bordered his left thumbnail. Carefully, ...
Jasun Horsleya year ago
Is Transhumanism The Answer To Death?
There is one thing we know for sure about our future, we are all going to die. Ray Kurzweil and the transhumanist crew may disagree. They argue technology is the key to immortality. But for those stil...
Futurism Staffa year ago
3D Bioprinting is the Future of Transplants
Imagine a world where there was no organ donor waiting list. A world where you would be able to get the organ you needed straight from a printer. According to Quartz, a Philadelphia-based company, Bio...
Rich Leea year ago
Biohacking the Eye to See Infrared
I hate rainbows. Sure, they symbolize many positive things to different cultures: peace, sexual identity, a bridge to heaven. But I hate real rainbows. Every time I see one of those clown-colored frow...
Futurism Staffa year ago
Genetically Engineering a Super Race
When Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World in 1932, he described a world state several centuries in the future where all human beings were reared from eggs in factories or incubators. Scientists could p...
DS Petersa year ago
The Darks Vs The Light of Transhumanism
"He’s more machine now than man." In 1983, along with my friends and hundreds of other kids, I went to the movie theater at Meridian Mall in Okemos, MI to watch The Return of the Jedi. As a young teen...
Steve Bentona year ago
Bits 'n Pieces
"Linda, dear? Have you seen my favorite tie? You know, the blue one with orange stripes?" Ronald Simmons didn't want to be late for work, especially as he had an important meeting that afternoon. He k...