Terasem Movement, Inc. announced today its Fourth Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology will be held Sunday, July 20, 2008 to honor the 39th anniversary of the first human lunar landing. The Workshop, accessible to the general public via virtual meeting at the Terasem Island Amphitheatre in Second Life at http://secondlife.com/, will explore nanotechnologies thought to be essential for cryonic revival. Geoethical Nanotechnology is atom-by-atom assembly techniques that are subject to a consensual review, approval and audit process.
The Workshop proceedings as well as question and answer sessions are open to the public via Second Life and will be subsequently archived online for free public access. The public is invited to watch, listen, and ask questions from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST.
Each Workshop presentation is designed for a 15-20 minute delivery, followed by a 20 minute formal question and answer period, during which time questions from the worldwide audience will be invited. Presentations will also be available on the Workshop's website at www.geonano2008.com/.
This year's non-affiliated speakers by order of presentation are: Nanotechnology Author & Journalist, Douglas Mulhall; Executive Director, European Foresight Institute, Philippe Van Nedervelde; General Manager, Suspended Animation, Inc., Catherine Baldwin; and CEO, United Therapeutics, Inc., Martine Rothblatt, Ph.D.