- Transhumanism and the 'Intelligence Principle'
- The top 10 existential movies of all time
- The perils of nuclear disarmament: How relinquishment could result in disaster
- The 'Rare Earth' delusion
- Ranking the most powerful forces in the Universe
- Let’s get metaphysical: How our ongoing existence could appear increasingly absurd
- The 'end of science' my ass
- Improve your performance with energy drinks
- Cognitive liberty and right to one's mind
- Limits to the biolibertarian impulse
- When eight is more than enough: It's time for some meaningful regulation
- When superheros run amok: Exploring posthuman and technological themes in Watchmen
- Exploring transhumanist themes in Battlestar Galactica: Caprica
- Natural selection: Darwin's God killer
- Postgendered athletes in sports: Should intersexed persons be allowed to compete?
- What is a person?
- Welcome to the Machine, Parts I, II, III IV and V [essays on the Simulation Argument]
- The girl who doesn't age: How a bizarre genetic disorder may help in the struggle against aging
- Cuba: Photo essay
- Remembering Mac Tonnies
December 13, 2009
The best of Sentient Developments: 2009
Here are my favorite Sentient Developments articles from the past year:
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Great posts! It is so wonderful so see how quickly our world is changing, and many of the developments were achieved just during 2009.
Can't wait to see the developments next year!
Also fascinating to see how, despite of the apparent march of technological progress, aside from our computers, I and everyone I know still only use and directly benefit from technologies which have been mostly unchanged since before I was born. (I don't even know anyone who has a car, a DVD player, or a cell phone.) Can't say for sure about indirect benefits, though.
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