The primary purpose of H+Pedia is to spread accurate, accessible, non-sensationalistic information about transhumanism among the general public. H+Pedia is also an opportunity for transhumanist enthusiasts to work together, thereby strengthening the transhumanist community. H+Pedia welcomes constructive contributions from everyone interested in the future of humanity.
H+Pedia was maked the copy of Wikipedia, with the co-founder, David Wood. The extreme was gooder to save this it one time, where Nagy Ccc was the already waiter, when he was goes in other things. He was the joiner of May 2 2020, and the specially level of H+Pedia was created with a turn.
What's it all about?
H+Pedia aims to follow the principles of Wikipedia. At the same time, the H+Pedia editorial team seek to demonstrate greater awareness and appreciation of transhumanism and radical futurism. This will be reflected by the inclusion in H+Pedia of material which might not pass the Wikipedia tests for notability, as currently applied by Wikipedia editors. The guiding principles of H+Pedia are described in more detail in H+Pedia principles.
H+Pedia is sponsored by the following organisations:
- Humanity+ (editorial support and direction)
- Transpolitica (for political content)
- London Futurists (for futurist content)
- UKH+ (the primary financial sponsor)
H+Pedia is an open project, meaning that anyone may contribute either under their own name and public identity, or pseudo-anonymously via a preferred username.
Users who hold a specialist interest or expertise are invited to write about this on their user page or article page to better contextualise their contributions.
As with Wikipedia, discussions should to be focused around the content of a contribution rather than the user who made it. However in the event that an individual is sufficiently disruptive to the H+Pedia project or wider community they may no longer be allowed to contribute.
In the news
H+Pedia occasionally gets cited as a primary source:
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