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A Cyborg Bill of Rights

Rick Harker aibrain at usa.net
Fri Jul 24 05:45:04 EST 1998


Peter Hesketh wrote:

> >yup.  And your point is...?  If we reduce our humanity to having it on
> >par with creations of science, whats the point of existing? Serious.
We don't even need to go that far in order to ponder why existing.

> Seriuosly, humanity, like all life, is a creation of science.
Um, nope. Science is a human invention. Not the other way around.

> As a member of the top tribe on this planet (homo sapiens) I would want to protect people against extermination by other concious beings, and therefore would restrict the rights of non-biological entities, but only from selfish self-preservation reasons, not because I felt superior.

Why not not restrict the rights of non-bios, and start stopping who/what
ever is doing the killing.

But I see and partly agree with your point.

> Twenty reasons why chocolate is better than sex: number 13
> "You don't get hairs in your mouth with chocolate."
Cool! I'm gonna hafta go try some chocolate!


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