I saw them clearly. Dragging, floating, wandering over the cement. They passed through each other. Stares and phrases. […]
In the days of high dudgeon prior to a presidential election, with numbers and claims and promises flowing […]
It used to be that people shunned the use of a mask. Outside of Halloween or playing pranks on our friends, a mask was nothing to be proud of. Sure, we might praise the masked surgeon, fighter pilot, or hero running into danger to save others, but it is in the taking-off of the masks that we find cause for joy and celebration. For it is in the removal of the mask that we see their humanity, we see they are one of us. The fact that there remains a kinship between us and them offer us the promise and hope of potential glory.
By Caleb Keith –
This week I read a story about an ambitious medical/cybernetics company that says it will resurrect the dead by 2045. The company is named Humai and its resurrection plans, while mostly unclear, appear to be a two step process. First,