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2 days ago
Philosopher and science fiction writer Olaf Stapledon didn’t see the possibility of technological resurrection. Why? He had the building blocks for a physical theory of resurrection in mind, except one.Stapledon was a ... (More)
4 days ago
I have been reading “A Big Bang in a Little Room: The Quest to Create New Universes,” by Zeeya Merali. My overall impression: Five stars, a great book for everyone on frontier science and its parallels with religion.M ... (More)
6 days ago
200 followers is not a million yet, but it’s a start!Thank you all for following! We hope you find our posts on the intersections of science and religion interesting, and perhaps some times inspiring.I ... (More)
8 days ago
The idea of “allyship” has been weighing on my mind lately.Several months ago, I posted an article about “15 Ways To Be More Inclusive.” In it I gave 15 suggestions on how every-day, active LDS Mormons can be more ... (More)
05 Aug 2018
From a resurrected version of the Smith family log home, my family and I continue along a dirt path into the grove — a forest. It’s high summer. It’s humid. But thick green foliage absorbs the heat and scatters the ... (More)
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Transfiguration: Parallels and Complements between Mormonism and Transhumanism
March 2007 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association
Read the Sunstone magazine cover article about Mormon Transhumanism.
Parallels and Convergences: Mormon Thought and Engineering Vision
February 2012 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association and others
Read about Mormon thought and engineering vision.
What is Mormon Transhumanism?
April 2015 by Lincoln Cannon
Read the journal of Theology and Science article about Mormon Transhumanism.
3 April 2015 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association and others at the Salt Lake City Public Library
Watch recordings of the 2015 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association on topics at the intersection of technology, spirituality, science, and religion.