Transcending the Human, DIY Style


2011 is of to a pretty good start… Transcending the Human, DIY Style @ Wired:

Lepht Anonym wants everyone to know the door to transcending normal human capabilities is no farther away than your own kitchen. It’s just going to hurt like a sonofabitch. Anonym is a biohacker, a woman who has spent the last several years learning how to extend her own senses by putting tiny magnets and other electronic devices under her own skin, allowing her to feel electromagnetic fields, or — if her latest project works — even magnetic north.

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  1. Am I going to get a neuroprostetic when the become available (and stable!) ? Yes. Am I going to do so in my kitchen? Um… no. And sans anesthetic? Um… HELL NO!!!!

  2. her talk @ 27C3 can be viewed here:

  3. ‘2011 is off to a pretty good start’ — ftfy

  4. Sounds like Wired is trolling DIY transhumanists to me. I sent out my response to the diybio/transhumanism groups separately if anyone cares:

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