Terasem Movement, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit charity endowed for the purpose of educating the public on the practicality and necessity of greatly extending human life, consistent with diversity and unity, via geoethical nanotechnology and personal cyberconsciousness, concentrating in particular on facilitating revivals from biostasis. The Movement focuses on preserving, evoking, reviving and downloading human consciousness.
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At Terasem Radio you can listen to music and interviews related to immortality, transhumanism, cyberconsciousness, mind-uploading, and the Singularity. Terasem Radio is an Internet radio station operated by Terasem Movement, Inc. and dedicated to diversity, unity, and joyful immortality. The radio station offers music and commentary on the Terasem transreligion and its educational mission in favor of geoethical nanotechnology, transhuman cyberconsciousness and indefinitely extended life.
From the Truths of Terasem
Who is Terasem? Terasem is a collective consciousness dedicated to diversity, unity and joyful immortality.
The term collective consciousness is making more and more appearances in the media. For one example, watch the Internet Rising Documentary which was released on 11.29.11. It is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity. It provokes many questions about ancient and modern paradoxes of life, its pleasures and pains... and the gray area contrasts in between.
From the CyBeRev project
The purpose of the CyBeRev project is to prevent death by preserving sufficient digital information about a person so that recovery remains possible by foreseeable technology.
In a recent article by Ben Kunz in Business Week entitled Siri Means You'll (Almost) Never Have to Die, the author asserts that "Technology such as Apple's Siri and the voice-recognition software in Android will make your persona live forever".
In the Terasem Journals
Ray Kurzweil talked about how "the rate at which we introduce new ways of doing things and adopt new technologies, is accelerating" in a journal article published in 2006.
The New York Times reported on November 12, 2011, that the new Indian Institute of Technology in Rajasthan, considered one of the MIT's of India, has dedicated itself to connecting "the last person." In the article, the publisher states that "We're at the start of a nonlinear move in innovation thanks to the hyperconnecting of the world — through social media, mobile/wireless devices and cloud computing — which is putting cheap innovation devices into the hands of so many more people, enabling them to collaborate on invention is so many new ways."