Jason is the maternal grandson of German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun's mathematician assistant, Harry H Merrywell, who was U.S. Navy, U.S. Army Technical Team Chief Warrant Officer 2, and fought in World War II and the Korean War.
Notable collaborations include Industrial Records founder and cultural pioneer Genesis P-Orridge, Invisible Records founder Martin Atkins, actor Thomas W. Ashworth, (L.A. Law, Criminal Minds) and avant gard artist Steven Johnson Leyba. Jason is also a sometime musician, and enjoys playing Stratocasters.
Since 2007, Jason has written several interesting books, including A.I. Civil Rights, the seminal text on the subject. His newest work is a theory on attaining near-light speed travel using electromagnetism, superconductors, and particle accelerator technology.
We are going to travel to the stars. I'd like to help get us there. In the interest of that, I offer this theory, and the accompanying inventions and ideas to humanity. Please take it from here.
This brief paper is intended for those who understand superconductors and particle accelerators, that they might learn how to and assist in propelling mankind into deep space.
Please read. Thank you.
Immortal clones enslave humanity!
When scientists invent machines that extend life indefinitely, world leaders begin working together to control world populations and ensure their own power.
One worker drone named Thirty-Seven must fight the system to keep himself from becoming a scapegoat. His inflitration of the world's most corrupt culture threatens to spark a thrilling revolution.
Should artificial intelligence be granted civil rights? Is an AI civil rights movement on the horizon? Let's explore the possibilities of granting or denying artificial intelligence the rights enjoyed by US citizens. Decide for yourself if AI should be considered 'people', and whether or not they should be granted their own rights.
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on June 04, 2017
Very interesting looking series. This series proves a point, and could be helpful to a lot of people in the long run. The point it proves is that people are sometimes treated badly by others, and that there are powers in place that could stop this injustice. They just need to know that people care. I think this series is a step towards that.