Category Archives: Superfluous Humans

You Want to Cry About Inequality? I’ll Give You Something to Cry About

Think About a World Where the Rich are Immortal The big consolation of the poor throughout history was that okay, these rich people, they have it good, but they’re going to die just like me. But think about the world, … Continue reading

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Once and Coming Age of Slavery

Slavery is Ancient and Ubiquitous in Human History Slavery enters human history with civilization… Once people gather in towns and cities, a surplus of food created in the countryside (often now on large estates) makes possible a wide range of … Continue reading

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Choose Your Future: Superhuman, or Superfluous Human?

“Relatively small changes in genes, hormones and neurons,” he points out, “were enough to transform Homo erectus — who could produce nothing more impressive than flint knives — into Homo sapiens, who produce spaceships and computers.” Why should we assume … Continue reading

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Cyborgs, Slaves, and Superfluous Humans

Within the next 200 years, humans will have become so merged with technology that [some of us will] have evolved into “God-like cyborgs”, according to Yuval Noah Harari . . . . . . Many researchers believe that we’ve already … Continue reading

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Death is Optional and Humans are Superfluous

If a country, if a people, today are left behind, they will never get a second chance, especially because cheap labor will count for nothing. Once you know how to produce bodies and brains and minds, cheap labor in Africa … Continue reading

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