transhumanism

The country is at an important crossroads. It's in everyone's hands to make a difference.
It's been another busy two weeks in my presidential campaign since my last dispatch. My transhumanist run for the presidency continues to grow.
As a science and technology-inspired presidential candidate for the Transhumanist Party, my candidacy has been a strange and unique journey. The coffin bus has so far been the wildest part. The bus was designed as a coffin to remind spectators of one thing: We're going to die.
Growing up watching that show I learned a lot about human relationships. Probably a complete coincidence that I ended up doing fashion, but it was really the writing and the context behind the series that made it informative.
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind for my transhumanist presidential campaign. I'm excited that transhumanism -- the social movement that aims to use radical science and technology to improve the human species -- continues to be represented in politics in a major way.
Language is probably evolving and I can't tell you the reasons, but I do have some questions.
The fundamental problem with religion is that believers--about 5 billion people right now on Planet Earth--are so sure they're "correct" on anything and everything they believe.
Recently, thinker and writer C. JoyBell C. interviewed me about transhumanism and my growing 2016 US Presidential campaign.