Hello, my name online is Theseus. I chose it based on the Greek parable of the Ship of Theseus, which I feel suits our transhuman aims, and because Theseus was the ‘unifier of Athens’, which works, I believe, in the context of technological singularities and the like.
I am a neuroscience and computer science undergraduate who is interested in expanding human morphology to be more robust and modular, and exploring brain computer interfaces. I think there is a great importance in unifying intelligent and mindful people across various mediums, including cognition. It is important to me, and to the future of the human race, that humans be elevated beyond their current limitations, and given the opportunity to understand greater things than themselves.
Studying ways to transform the integument excites me for the potential feedback it can put into medical advancements for the human body. Although I am constantly preaching about priorities, I must admit that many great leaps in various scientific fields have come indirectly from other fields; so although my priority is expanding the current human morphology rather adding to it the traits of other species, certain discoveries may be made about human morphology on the way to expanded morphological freedom.