Can we scan, store and simulate the human brain, and with it bring to life all our memories, experiences, emotions, and personality? This is a big philosophical question, but here I assume for the moment that this is a problem with only technical challenges, and not ones that relate to mystical aspects of being.
I am including in this blog the following article that was written by my good friend Phil Naranjo for our previous blog which has now been deleted. I thought that it was particularly relevant given current interest in the movie Gravity:
Yesterday, Chinese space officials published a white paper outlining the country’s long-term space exploration plans. What’s notable about the paper is that it makes a somewhat uncharacteristic mention of China’s efforts to mitigate space debris. This is particularly surprising when you consider the massive space debris problem China’s military created in 2007. As a gesture aimed primarily at the United States, the Continue reading