Towards a Post-Human Universe

Book Towards a Post-Human Universe

Towards a Post-Human Universe Book Details:

  • Publisher : Paragon Publishing
  • ISBN-13 : 178222842X
  • Page : 78 pages
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 42X voters

Towards a Post-Human Universe Book Summary/Review:

This book addresses a HUGE topic – the end of man’s reign as master of the earth and skies and his replacement by a super race with unimaginable powers. This is not science fiction. The forecast is based on solid scientific evidence. The universe has to date advanced in giant steps – from void to matter, to living cells, plants, animals, and human beings. Each step has been seismic in its consequences. There are more giant steps to come. The next one is already in preparation and we are unwittingly part of its genesis. The post-humans will arise from our own very midst. They will have access to the deepest secrets of the universe, hereto hidden to man. They will quickly become the new masters. A sobering re-assessment of man’s real role in the trajectory of the universe!

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