• 01:03

    Declaration of Singularity

    in Technology

    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon review The Declaration of Singularity. 
    Like the Founding Fathers, transhumanists and singularitarians believe that we are subject to an oppressive regime with no legitimate claim on our lives or our futures. Has the time come to declare our independence from a world of pain, scarcity, and limitations?
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  • 00:31

    The Singularity Is Near -- Sooner or Later

    in Technology

    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss the timing of the Technological Singularity:


    ...a hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence will have progressed to the point of a greater-than-human intelligence, radically changing civilization, and perhaps human nature.Since the capabilities of such an intelligence may be difficult for a human to comprehend, the technological singularity is often seen as an occurrence (akin to a gravitational singularity) beyond which the future course of human history is unpredictable or even unfathomable.


    If it is going to happen, one of the critical questions is when. Ramez Naam has recently suggested that it probably won't be any time soon. But William Hertling says don't be too sure -- it could happen a lot faster than we think.


    Who's right? Is the Singularity near?


    Tune in an explore.


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  • 01:28

    Singularity Network Meets the World Transformed

    in Technology

    The World Transformed presents the November Singularity Network video hangout. PJ Manney, Jason Xu, Stephen Gordon, Philippe Van Nedervelde, Nikola Danaylov and others will be on hand to discuss a wide range of topics including accelerating technologies, transhumanism, nanotechnology, biotechnology, anti-aging, robotics, and post-scarcity.


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  • 01:55

    Metal Hammer of Doom: Scar Symmetry "The Singularity, Phase 1: Neohumanity

    in Rock Music

    Robert Cooper is joined yet again by Jesse Starcher as they talk about the newest album, "The Singularity, Phase 1: Neohumanity", from the band Scar Symmetry. 

  • 00:33

    The Declaration of Singularity 2014

    in Technology

    What's the difference between the original Delcaration of Independence and the Speculist's Declaration of Singularity?


    Obviously one has already happened, and one has yet to happen. But what else? A few minor word changes aside, the big difference has to do with when things happen versus when they are declared to have happened.


    What can we make about recent headlines concerning the Turing Test, self-Driving cars, and other developments?  Do they change the Declaration at all?


    Or maybe is it time for a new declaration altogther?


    Tune in and explore!


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  • 00:33

    Naked Singularity is a BLAST

    in Music

    Rocket Scientists that play the Beatles? East Coast band Naked Singularity will sneak away from their desks at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center to talk about their original music & their love of the Fab 4! 

  • 02:00

    Financial Crisis and the Singularity

    in Current Events

    Tonight, I will be airing a pre-recorded interview that I did with Kris Wheeler. In this show we discussed the current financial situation, the need to limit your on-line profile, why you need to get out of debt and the significance of the coming "Singularity" as it relates to the New World Order and End Times events.

  • 02:00

    The Coming Singularity Of Man And Machine

    in Technology

    Knowledge shall be increased. We live in a day and age where the "amazing" has become commonplace, we have gotten so used to advanced technology to run our everyday lives. But did you know that just around the corner is waiting some advances and inventions that wll blow your mind? Tune in as we look at how Daniel's prophecy of "increased knowledge" is coming true right here and right now.


    RELATED STORY: The Mark of the Beast and the Implantable RFID Chip


    With your radio host and bible teacher, Geoffrey Grider of Now The End Begins.


    "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book,even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased." Daniel 12:4

  • 00:33

    Beyond the Singularity With Science Fiction's Charles Stross

    in Books

    Charles Stross made his name with the 2005 novel Accelerando, which explores several generations of a single family as they travel through the Singularity -- the time when artificial intelligence and other technologies create beings with godlike intelligence and powers. Stross returns to the theme of machine intelligence with his latest novel Neptune's Brood, a space opera set thousands of years in the future. In Neptune's Brood, the robot successors to the human race attempt to follow a financial trail that might lead to history's greatest scientific breakthrough, or biggest scam. Neptune's Brood takes a science-fiction look at themes we explore every day at Internet Evolution: Machine intelligence, business, and the networked, information economy. Also: Space pirates!

  • 01:59

    Prophecy Quake with Dean Odle

    in News

    Join us for our LIVE talk show every Tuesday night from 8:00PM to 10:00PM CST. We will discuss Bible prophecy, theology, US and world news, the paranormal, spirituality, demonology, UFOs, dreams, visions, and the gift of prophecy. We will also look at current trends in technology and philosophy such as singularity and transhumanism. 

  • 02:02

    SECULAR SUNDAY

    in Politics

    Programming to escape the sporting spectacles offered to many as ‘bread and circus.’


    Program Summary: 1 Feb. 2015


    Unwelcome Guests #702 - "Have We Got Too Much Technology?"


    Audio is drawn from the IFG conference as heard in episode #701.


    Hear the following speakers:


    John Michael Greer on technology's history of broken promises.


    Gar Smith from the Earth Island Institute, who notes that humanity is busy creating robots even as our technology is devastating real life. His talk on "Robots, Nature and the Singularity" gives a history of robots as well as looking at recent developments sponsored by the US military.


    Mary Reynolds-Thompson, author of Live Your Wild Soul Story. She argues that human technology has tamed us, and as we destroy life on earth, we destroy ourselves. She rejects the idea that human destruction of the earth stems from delusions of superiority or from original sin, but instead suggests that it is an expression of the pain of our loss.


    David Ehrenfeld challenges the idea that "de-extinction" may be the solution to the earth's ecological problems.


    Jeanette Armstrong who speaks on how the Okinawa way of relating to the natural world, which she summarizes as "being who we should be". The wisdom of indigenous knowledge emphasizes their acceptance of limits.


    Lisi Krall challenges anthropocentrism by exploring the "economic evolution of dominion".


    Stephanie Mills concludes our show with her talk on "Everyday Life in the Modern World". She recommends seeking a healthy relationship to the land, encouraging a mindful approach to life in the modern world, resisting the draws of modern technology.

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