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True Mutations: Interviews on the Edge of Science, Technology, and Consciousness

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Picking up where the author's earlier book (Mondo 200) left off, True Mutations: Interviews on the Edge of Science, Technology, and Consciousness looks at the extreme changes that may be coming to the human species during the 21st century. In interviews with important voices in this area, R. U. Sirius explores (r)evolutions in disciplines ranging from the development of cl ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Re/Search Publications, Pollinator Press (first published December 29th 2006)
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Kyle
Sep 26, 2015 Kyle rated it it was amazing
This was one of the more forward thinking books that I've come across in the last decade, and it is nearly a decade old now.

There are some plot holes and trends that have changed since it was published, but nevertheless, there is a lot of exploratory futuristic, yet often realistic outlooks given in various interviews.

The first section is a little drab compared to the last 3 sections, which are well worth the book's cost!

Highly recommended.. even if you don't agree with it, it makes you ponder y
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Tone
Jun 04, 2008 Tone rated it liked it
As someone who's kept an eye on scientific development for most of his life the chapters on the hard sciences and engineering just seemed like more of the same: "blah blah blah nanotech. blah blah blah cyborgs"

But I really liked the chapters on legal and cultural issues and the interview with Siva Vaidhyanathan was especially good (Hi Nani!).
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May 28, 2009 Jonathan El-Bizri rated it did not like it
Underwhelmed.
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