If you traced your family tree back 185 million generations, you wouldn't be looking at a human, a primate, or even a mammal. You'd be looking at a fish. So where along that line does the first human show up? The answer may surprise you.
The age of bioengineering is upon us, with scientists understanding of how to engineer cells, tissues and organs improving at a rapid pace. Here’s how this could affect the future of our physical bodies. Watch these 8 TED talks and leave a comment below if you think we should redesign humans. Juan Enriquez: The next …Share it now!
Last month we told you about 20 terms every self-respecting futurist should know, but now it's time to turn our attention to the opposite. Here are 10 pseudofuturist catchphrases and concepts that need to be eliminated from your vocabulary.
When the Western powers colonized Asia, naturally they enforced their own views on sex, gender, and relationships onto the subjugated civilizations. This is from a chapter on ‘Gender’ taken from the East-West dichotomy.