Dinorah Delfin

Why are you transhuman (ist)? I am a Transhumanist because absolute agency over one’s individual evolution and senescence is not just a human virtue, but also a human right and responsibility. Officially declaring aging a disease, as transhumanists are trying to do, is the first step towards the democratization of regenerative technologies and means to…

Khannea

Khannea made transhumanist statements hosting cyberpunk themed roleplaying games in the 1980s. Pretty early in the 1990s she absorbed and espoused the whole gamut of core values of transhumanism – genetic manipulation, interfaces, cybernetics, space industrialization, AI, 3D printing, nootropics – but in the late 1990s she figured out that all this had a name….

Michael Garfield

After fourteen years as a public speaker and multimedia performer on the trail of a new unifying theory to explain major evolutionary transitions (including the one we’re all participating in), I now split my time between: hosting the Future Fossils Podcast (fun fact: the guest for episode 130 was Lydia Laurenson, founder of The New Modality), performing as a singer-songwriter/avant-guitarist,…

Daniel Kelley

Why are you transhuman (ist)? I’ve been a transhumanist before I had even heard the term. Having gone through 8 years of physical therapy to be able to walk I have always been aware of humanity’s limitations and had a great interest in technologies place in overcoming that, be it traditional physical problems or even…

Blaire Ostler

Why IAmTranshuman (ist)? “I am a transhumanist because I am a mother. I was born with biological abnormalities that made conception, gestation, and delivery of my children life-threatening. If it weren’t for technological innovation, I’d be dead. Natural selection tried to kill me, but that was not my fate. Instead, I’m alive with three healthy,…