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'''Transhumanity.net''' aka '''t.net''' is a [[transhumanist news]] and opinion site.
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'''Transhumanity.net''' aka '''t.net''' is a [[transhumanist news]] and opinion site .
  
It was founded by [[Hank Pellissier]] in October 2012. In late 2013 [[Zero State]] took over the site, and June 2014 control was passed to the [[Foundation]].
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It was founded by [[Hank Pellissier]] in October 2012. In late 2013 [[Zero State]] took over the site, and June 2014 control was passed to [[The Foundation]] and re-launched in August 2014 in its present form.
  
It currently hosts the [[Transhuman Policy Center]].
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The blog as an organization of volunteer staff later created [[Cyberlife]] as an outlet for [[transhumanist art]] that kept being submitted but didn't fit the content rules for the blog.
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It currently hosts the [[Transhuman Policy Center]], and [[Cyberlife]].
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://transhumanity.net transhumanity.net]
 
* [http://transhumanity.net transhumanity.net]
* [https://www.facebook.com/transhumanity.net Facebook Page]
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* [http://transhumanitynet.tumblr.com/ transhumanitynet.tumblr.com]
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* [http://Cyberlife.Transhumanity.net/ Cyberlife]
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{{facebook page|https://www.facebook.com/transhumanity.net}}
 
[[Category:Transhumanist organisations]]
 
[[Category:Transhumanist organisations]]
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[[Category:Transhumanist news resources]]
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[[Category:International organisations]]

Latest revision as of 23:25, 27 August 2016

Transhumanity.net aka t.net is a transhumanist news and opinion site .

It was founded by Hank Pellissier in October 2012. In late 2013 Zero State took over the site, and June 2014 control was passed to The Foundation and re-launched in August 2014 in its present form.

The blog as an organization of volunteer staff later created Cyberlife as an outlet for transhumanist art that kept being submitted but didn't fit the content rules for the blog.

It currently hosts the Transhuman Policy Center, and Cyberlife.

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