We all know that the human body can suffer from flaws. For most people, that doesn’t mean our bodies are accidental by-products of unguided evolution. Instead, they are designed — despite the fact that they sometimes start out flawed or become flawed as they grow older.
For English anatomist Alice Roberts, however, the human body is a “hodge-podge” of parts assembled in an “untidy” fashion “with no foresight” by evolution. So, like many evolutionary biologists before her, she set out with some colleagues to “design and build the Perfect Body.” Her results were aired on BBC Four on June 13, 2018…
— Sam Kean (@snkean) June 21, 2018
#RealPlayerOne, the movie (https://t.co/qiV7L0BEIi), is not a simpleton’s sci-fi gamer hero fantasy. It portrays unapologetically 2013’s #GF2045 (https://t.co/YNQVxbazzd) agenda for #Transhumanism and #Futurism and #Technocracy and #Syntheism
— Sam Kean (@snkean) June 27, 2018