"Google, Please Solve Death"

First Ever Street Action For Transhumanism In the United States:

A similar action occurred outside the corporate headquarters of Google. Activists occupied the large green Android 'bot, holding up signs saying, "Immortality now," "Viva Calico," and "Google, please, solve Death." Ten minutes into the action, however, campus security confronted the activists and asked them to leave the premises, stating they couldn't protest on the private grounds.

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6 Responses:

  1. Edouard says:

    I heard that there was this guy who solved death back in the 70s, but Google bought up all the patents and put them all under lock and key, because they were a threat to, umm, Big Search.

    Fight for the truth, transhumanists! Don't let The Man keep immortality to himself!

  2. Tom Boutell says:

    Right, a social movement is the way to get people to take life extension seriously, because otherwise The Man will never be able to relate. After all, he's going never to die. Wait.

  3. Google is already immortal.

  4. jml says:

    Did you give up on LJ mirroring? I just found several days' worth of posts that didn't make it over there. I'm caught up and didn't see any mention of it, unless it got buried in another comment thread (like this).

    • jwz says:

      It's been barely working for the last year, because LJ can't find its ass with both hands.

      Stop using LJ already.

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