Wednesday February 6, 2008
Book 9: The Body Politic
Part V: Collecting

Transcript

Xinchub:Perspective? That's just what we humans have the least of. Our lifespans are miniscule, and our cultural memory tiny when compared to what we have been seeking to change.
Xinchub:So we decide we need to be immortal. But we have no idea what will happen if we make that change.
Xinchub:Even the oldest and eisest among us is no more than an infant compared to the timescales we're dealing with.
Xinchub:Letting young people run this longevity project is like putting vegetarians in charge of a barbecue.
Jevee Ceeta:I had some grilled corn once. It. . . umm. . . made a nice side-dish.