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          Spiritual war, transhumanism and the transgender agenda      Cache   Translate Page      
Modern media and public policy has reached a point where it cannot be understood except in the light of spiritual warfare: Good versus evil, God v the demons, Heaven v hell...

Creation versus the Transhumanism - i.e Man claiming to have-become God-the-creator, and to offer (Here! Now!) an 'Alternative' and better 'Reality'.


Satan has a big problem - which is that he and we and everything are part of God's creation: how then can they be rejected?

The answer is to create what is claimed to be an immaterial Alternative Reality; to choose to inhabit that AR, and by denying that we have made such a choice to claim that the Alternative is really real. In other words, Satan is the lead architect of the transhumanist agenda.

There is no need for you to do a thought experiment and imagine this situation - we are already there (albeit not yet fully so) - with the transgender agenda that has been very rapidly and aggressively imposed by the entirety of the Western ruling Establishment over the past decade.

The transgender agenda (by which self-defined gender incrementally-replaces, completely replaces, sexuality) needs to be recognised as a component of the transhumanist agenda; and both as the major strategy of the demonic agenda in the spiritual war.

Because most of this analysis (God, Good, Creation) is denied; dissenters and realists in The West have been helpless to prevent the imposed-reality of transgenderism - which is now assumed by law, and dissent from which is punished by law (and, worse, by mass media and bureaucratic employers). 

The trans-agenda should be seen as a perfectly rational step towards the kind of Alternative Reality that the demonic powers need to be successful in the context of God's creation. It is part of a world picture that has been building-up over several generations; which has denied God, Creation and Reality - and asserted that this world is humanly constructed ('socially' constructed). The 'Reality' in the phrase itself assumes that reality is man-made, at will.


The appeal of the AR is the promise of freedom and pleasure - since, IF the AR really-was equivalent to created-reality, then in principle we might make Reality any way we pleased; without constraint. For instance; people could choose to be men or women, and swap back and forth at whim! Differences between sexes, classes, races, nations, individual people could be made or abolished!

If all that was true and possible (which of course it is not) there would still be the question of Who Exactly Is In Charge? - and the overwhelming probability that they would be evil-motivated people, who would shape reality to their own selfish ends.

But the problem is compounded by the fact that it is evil demons that are in charge of AR - it is their project; and demonic motivations are different and worse than human motivations; and their agenda goes beyond the gratification of their their own short-term selfishness into the long-term desire for universal damnation.

And - finally - the the very desire to create and dwell in an Alternative Reality on the assumption it is the Only Reality is itself intrinsically evil; because dishonest, because prideful, because of its hedonic hence self-centred/ self-ish motivations.


At some level, perhaps deep, we all know this to be true; which serves only to make its denial more shrill and spiteful.

In a world that denies Good, the Creation and God; the desire for life inside a 'reality' built-around our own pleasures and preferences, yet wholly convincing, is so great that all objections are swept aside by this desperate craving. 

And so, Ladies and Gentlemen (to use forbidden terminology): This is the modern world! 

Here. Now. Compulsory!


          La société de l'amélioration : la perfectibilité humaine des lumières au transhumanisme      Cache   Translate Page      
Nicolas Le Dévédec.. Montréal, Québec : Liber [2015] -- Lettres et sciences humaines : TP 248.23 L43 2015
          BrainNet, rêve technophile ou cauchemar transhumaniste?      Cache   Translate Page      
Des chercheurs étatsuniens nous promettent un «Internet des cerveaux», débarrassé des écrans et des dispositifs physiques, en mettant directement en lien nos cerveaux. Ce projet, BrainNet, soulève des questions éthiques, politiques, sociales, culturelles et morales. À l’enthousiasme technophile répond l’inquiétude technocritique. Reportage.
          10 livres sélectionnés pour les Prix La Science se livre 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Choisis pour l'originalité des sujets abordés, la rigueur scientifique de leur contenu et la qualité de transmission des connaissances au public, 10 ouvrages font partie des sélections des Prix La Science se livre. Deux catégories sont représentées, « adultes » et « adolescents (11-15 ans) ». Les prix seront décernés durant la manifestation « La Science se livre », organisée par le département des Hauts-de-Seine.





La sélection :
 

Catégorie « adultes »


Où sont-ils ? : Les extraterrestres et le paradoxe de Fermi de Mathieu Aguelou, Gabriel Chardin, Alexandre Delaigne, Jean Duprat et Roland Lehoucq - CNRS Editions
Le côté obscur de l'univers d'Hervé Dole - Dunod
L'ironie de l'évolution de Thomas C. Durand - Seuil
Exoplanètes de David Fosse - Belin
Au péril de l'humain : les promesses suicidaires des transhumanistes d'Agnès Rousseaux et Jacques Testart - Seuil



 

Catégorie « adolescents (11-15 ans) »


La fabrique des corps : des premières prothèses à l'humain augmenté d'Héloïse Chochois - Delcourt
Bonjour les terriens ! de Marc Ter Horst et Wendy Panders - Ecole des loisirs
Les mésaventuriers de la science : anecdotes de chercheurs tout terrain de Jim Jourdane et 25 autres scientifiques - Eidola Editions
Louis Pasteur, enquêtes pour la science de Florence Pinaud et Julien Billaudeau - Actes sud Junior
Animaux médecins d'Angie Trius, Mark Doran et Julio Antonio Blasco - Albin Michel jeunesse

Cette sélection a été réalisée par un comité de pilotage coordonné par le Département des Hauts-de-Seine et composé de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, du centre national de la littérature pour la jeunesse, de La Joie par les livres, et de la commission « Science » de l'association BIB 92 fédérant les bibliothèques et médiathèques des Hauts-de-Seine. 

Ces dix titres seront soumis au jury des Prix, présidé par Pierre-Henri Gouyon - professeur au Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, et composé de personnalités scientifiques et du monde du livre. Les délibérations auront lieu en décembre. Les prix seront remis aux équipes lauréates durant la manifestation (du 2 au 24 février 2019).

Ces Prix s'inscrivent dans le cadre de « La Science se livre », manifestation organisée par le Département des Hauts-de-Seine ayant pour ambition de rapprocher la science du citoyen, en permettant à tous de s'approprier les enjeux liés aux évolutions scientifiques et technologiques d'aujourd'hui, dans un esprit convivial et ludique.

Pour sa 23e édition, le thème à l'honneur est celui des relations Humain - Animal. L'opération propose ainsi au grand public de découvrir pendant 3 semaines une large variété d'événements scientifiques (expositions, conférences, ateliers...) autour de cette thématique dans les bibliothèques et médiathèques du département, et autres établissements culturels partenaires.

Fédérant les établissements de lecture publique, les lieux culturels et scientifiques, l'opération rencontre un vif succès : près de 20 000 participants sont au rendez-vous chaque année !

 

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          ‘Robots need human rights’: Why activists want a better life for machines      Cache   Translate Page      
One of the UK’s biggest sites, Metro, has run a major story on the Transhumanist Bill of Rights: We meet the campaigners calling for the UN to adopt a Bill of Rights which lets ‘digital entities’ pursue life, liberty and happiness. Read more
          Future Technology / Transhumanist Dangers      Cache   Translate Page      

Martin Rees discussed how humanity's future is linked to science. Followed by William Henry warning on the dangers of transhumanism.


          La traversée des Alpes      Cache   Translate Page      

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Le 6 septembre 2009, Antoine de Baecque se lance sur le GR5, pour une «Grande Traversée» solitaire des Alpes, depuis le lac Léman jusqu’à la Méditerranée. De cette aventure, il a tiré un essai d’histoire marchée, mêlant des études savantes sur les Alpes et l'aménagement de la montagne, et une recherche personnelle, «par les pieds», attentive au corps. Cet exercice d’histoire expérimentale plonge dans l’histoire même de ce sentier, dans les strates séculaires laissées par les circulations alpines passées, tantôt chemin de pèlerinage, tantôt sentier commercial ou de contrebande, draille de la transhumance ou voie militaire. Il montre comment ce sentier s’est constitué en emblème, remontant à ses pionniers randonneurs, suivant ses «aménageurs», proposant une typologie de ses usages et une sociologie de ses usagers. Ainsi permet-il au lecteur lui-même de suivre, au rythme de la marche, le chemin qui va dans la montagne.


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          [Vidéo] Aux Utopiales (Nantes, 1-4 nov. 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
J’ai été invité à participer à l’édition 2018 des Utopiales, festival international de science-fiction de Nantes, où je suis intervenu lors de plusieurs tables rondes, rencontré des lecteur•rices et dialogué avec écrivains, cinéastes, éditeurs. Voilà trois courts extraits de trois échanges, respectivement sur l’identité numérique, le transhumanisme et genre & handicap.    
          Comment on Animal Data Shows Fisetin to be a Surprisingly Effective Senolytic by scottalias      Cache   Translate Page      
Michelle, We're just guessing on the dosage, and self experimentation is hardly scientific. I've taken a thousand milligrams a day for 12 days, with 750 mg of quercetin a day and plan to continue for 3 more days. My observations so far: I have less frequent urges to urinate, a symptom of BPH, I have slept through the night couple of times, for the first time in decades, and now get up once or twice a night to pee, a marked improvement which may have something to do with Fisetin. For a couple of years, I have had an urge to drink a lot of water, over 2.5 liters a day, which my doctor attributed to my pre-diabetic condition. I don't feel the need to drink so much water any more and will be interested in my A1C and fasting blood sugar tests in January of next year. I feel like I may no longer be pre-diabetic. I have been carefully watching my diet and exercising for a few years, so this may or may not have anything to do with fisetin. I've also added a tablespoon of Moringa a day to my diet, which might be a factor. I'm having some trouble sleeping. It takes a while to get to sleep and I wake up early and this is something I associate with the supplement so I look forward to the end of this experiment. My appetite has increased and this is not good because I am overweight, but I feel like exercising more, and am exercising more. The trouble sleeping is not that bad and if I still feel like this had benefits I'm going to do this again next year. I like to think this experiment may have delayed the onset of arthritis, dementia and a host of other maladies and look forward to scientific testing on humans, which should begin soon. Transhumanist Runner, I'll try to remember to update this after January 8, when I get the results from my physical, my blood work and all. Rice, I read on another article that positive results were seen with both daily dosing and intermittent high dosing, so, who knows? I also read curcumin had a similar effect in the same initial test but was not tested in high doses on mice because fisetin killed more senescent cells in the cell cultures, but not that much more. I think I might try curcumin next month, probably with the recommended dosage.
          “Desafíos de la bioética hoy" en la Universidad Austral      Cache   Translate Page      
La Universidad Austral invita a la comunidad a participar de una conferencia abierta en el campus de Pilar, esta tarde de 14 a 16,30: “Desafíos de la bioética hoy". Con oradores provenientes de Francia y España, disertarán sobre el impacto del aborto, la eugenesia, la eutanasia y el transhumanismo en la familia. La misma conferencia se llevará a cabo el jueves 8 y viernes 9 en distintos lugares.
          Instead of decoupling, we need recoupling      Cache   Translate Page      


Decoupling is not only a pipe dream, it is also not desirable, instead we need “recoupling”, re-embedding the human society and economy in the ecological context. 

Proponents of the Green Economy and the like mostly claim that it is possile to maintain continuous economic growth while reducing our impact on the environment. It is certainly true that there can be instances and periods of relative decoupling, i.e. that resource use doesn’t automatically increase at the same rate as the economy grows. It is also possible to find examples of absolute de-coupling on national level for some environmental parameters. For instance, even if we include emissions embedded in imports, Swedish consumer based emissions of greenhouse gases have shrank the last twenty years while the economy has kept on growing. But that is if we measure greenhouse gas intensity, but there are many other resources used in the economy, which use have kept increasing. Decoupling through substitution is obviously possible and I doubt anybody claimed the opposite. Absolute decoupling of the total resources put into the economy is not only missing empirically, it is actually also impossible from a theoretical perspective. The GDP is basically made up of the cost of production, and cost of production is made up of labour, capital costs and resources used in the production. If a product or a service use less resources (including labour) prices will fall and the contribution to GDP will also fall. If you doubt it continue reading my more elaborate explanation here.

Be that as it may, I will also argue that “decoupling” is also not desirable.

Recognizing the modern agriculture wreaks havoc in nature and destroys bio-diversity in an alarming rate, many people turn to alternative ways of producing food, indoor farming, aquaponics, etc. Some go even further in their eco-modernism. In a recent article in the Guardian, Georg Monbiot asks:

“But could we go beyond even a plant-based diet? Could we go beyond agriculture itself? What if, instead of producing food from soil, we were to produce it from air? What if, instead of basing our nutrition on photosynthesis, we were to use electricity to fuel a process whose conversion of sunlight into food is 10 times more efficient?”

And later in the article he says ”yes it can” (well, not literally).

Most likely “we can’t”. Or we can but it will not be economically viable. Already in 1937 Time Magazine reported that hydroponics could be the way to produce food in the future. It worked already then, and it works today, but, despite LED-lights and all sorts of improvements it is still only commercially viable for weed, capsicum, basil and alike. There is basically no real food produced with this technology, despite 80 years of development.

People often mix up a theoretical possibility and even a technical break-through with practical and economic realization. The reality is that in each of these four steps just some 10 percent of the bright ideas survive. And for those that survive, the adaptation is mostly slower than expected, especially those that are essential for the material basis for human civilization.



But….Let’s assume that George is right. We solve that food dilemma with electric food produced out of thin air (which is in essence what he suggests). And we do the same for housing, transport and all other things we humans need. We let nature be by itself as we harm it as soon as we use it and live in it.

There is where he loses my interest. I think George is talking about de-materialization of the human civilization, and for me that is not an appealing future. As a matter of fact, there is little difference between this vision and the transhuman dreams. I believe there are many material reasons for why this dream will never come through, but my main objection is that it will not have any meaning. In that dream we have not only broken through the material limits for our civilization, we have also, literally, broken out of our skin, we don’t even accept the limits of our own body. Perhaps this is the Buddhist nirvana, but while it will free us from suffering and from all those annoying limits set by the material world, it will also free us from meaning.

The path to meaning – and real sustainability - is the opposite; it is through recoupling with nature. Instead of denying that we are an integral part of nature in which we swim, live, mate, laugh, cry and die, we need to embrace that fact. Instead of de-materializing economic growth and ultimately de-materializing humanity, we need to live in and by nature. We can only do that by re-embedding the human civilization, including its economy, in the natural world. By re-connecting to the land and relocalize our economy, we can also get meaningful lives.

Admittedly, that is no path that will be so simple and it will not always be smooth. But for me at least, it seems like a both more realistic and also more desirable future than the path humanity is at now, with or without electric food.

          State of Mind now available for Switch in Japan      Cache   Translate Page      

Berlin, 2048 – The world is on the brink. Lack of resources, illnesses caused by polluted air and water, crime on the rise, war. Governments and companies promise remedies through technological progress. Drones and humanoid robots replace humans in the public sector, everything is interconnected, surveillance has become omnipresent.

Richard Nolan is one of the few journalists openly criticizing this development. When he wakes up in hospital after an explosion and finds that his wife and son have mysteriously vanished, Richard realizes: he and his family have become more than just bystanders in a storm of rivaling ideas pertaining to humankind’s salvation between dystopian reality and digital utopia. Instead, they find themselves right at the center of it.

This domestic drama evolves into a thriller about a worldwide conspiracy, which at its core aims to determine the fate of humanity: Could a perfect digital utopia be the answer? A virtual paradise not affected by material needs and quarrels? Could a super-AI be our savior – or would it simply declare us as dispensable since it could not be taught the value of philanthropy?

What will the world look like after this storm, what will remain of humanity?

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