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Meetup : Rationality Potluck

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Wikipedia book based on betterhumans' article on cognitive biases

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[link] Reality Show 'Utopia'

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Find a study partner - May 2014 Thread

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Find a study partner - April 2014 thread

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[link] Cybathlon (an Olympics for bionic athletes)

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Find a study partner - March 2014 thread

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Find a study partner

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Cryonics Presentation [help request]

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[David Pizer](https://www.facebook.com/david.pizer.3?fref=nf) started a petition to promote more anti-aging research.

"In 40 to 100 years, if the world governments spent money on research for aging reversal instead of for research on building weapons that can kill large numbers of people, world sci...(read more)

Telling in advance what results you expect change the results for many reasons (ex.: the pygmalion effect, the golem effect, the stereotype threat, etc.).

Done it. The whole thing! (edit: except the last question)

Good point, I edited the post to make that clear.

Is it because a lot of people think that continuing to live as a clone or a simulation is just as good as continuing to live as the original? If so, then I don't mind rephrasing what I mean by death. The important point is that I don't mean the death of the body, but rather the death of the mind.