From IEET, John Danaher on moral enhancement and superficiality: Compassion-pills (and part 2 and part 3). Prometheus unbound: Researchers have yet to realise the old dream of regenerating organs — but they are getting closer. Superhumans: Some people have neurological quirks that give them extraordinary perceptual powers — what can we learn from them? Jose Cordeiro on the principles of extropy, a quarter century later. Clyde DeSouza on 4 ways Google Glass makes us transhuman (and more). Reeve Armstrong on why utilitarianism is immoral and inconsistent with transhumanism. Is human super-intelligence a bad idea? George Dvorsky on 7 totally unexpected outcomes that could follow the Singularity. Justifying human enhancement: Andy Miah on the case for posthumanity. Luke Muehlhauser interviews Nick Beckstead on the importance of the far future. Does enhanced human equal transhuman? Armand Vespertine wonders. Are cyborgs the future of humanity? Khannea Suntzu on the final disillusion. Franco Cortese on transhumanism, technology, and science: To say it’s impossible is to mock history itself; and on the hubris of neo-Luddism. Will our next evolutionary hat trick be to leave all biological baggage behind? Harry Bentham on why transhumanism should be the norm. Extropia Da Silva on why it is (not) great to be a digital person. Death is nothing but misplaced waste, and it’s time to take out the trash, with haste.