On December 1st – December 3rd 2015, the main scientific body of the United States, that is, the National Academies, held the first international summit on gene editing.
Attackers took control of the French TV network “TV5 Monde” this week.
Do most spiral galaxies harbor traversable wormholes connecting them in a sort of inter-galactic highway?
The International Space Station’s 3-D printer has manufactured the first 3-D printed object in space, paving the way to future long-term space expeditions.
The concept is simple: A lightweight, easy-to-use venue for members to share information and ideas about H+ with each other and the world, and to coordinate H+ related activities.
“The spiritual things — the exotic phenomena people experience — in general violate the things we know to be correct on the basis of experiment, so they’re highly likely to be wrong,”
David Pearce’s main focus is Super Well-being (or Superhappiness).
Video Friday: Immersive Journalism — Nonfiction Storytelling in the Age of Virtual Reality with Nonny De la Peña
Nonny de la Pena is an immersive journalism pioneer who uses virtual reality to tell nonfiction narratives.
Interview – Kim Stanley Robinson – Utopia, Transhumanism, Social Systems, Climate Change & Strategic Foresight
Renowned Science Fiction author, Kim Stanley Robinson is interviewed by H+ director Adam Ford. Robinson’s novels have won eleven major science fiction awards, and have been nominated on twenty-nine occasions. Robinson won the Hugo Award for Best Novel with Green Mars (1994); and Blue Mars (1997); the Nebula Award for Best Novel with Red Mars (1993) and 2312 (2012); the Nebula Award for Best Novella with The Blind Geometer (1986); the World Fantasy Award with Black Air (1983); a John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel with Pacific Edge (1991); and Locus Awards for The Wild Shore (1985), A Short, Sharp Shock (1991), Green Mars (1994), Blue Mars (1997), The Martians (2000), and The Years of Rice and Salt (2003).