We the People by Zero
PRAISE FOR WE THE PEOPLE
“If you want to start imagining the possibilities of Zeroism, this book is a great place to start. I really enjoyed the creativity of the setting and the storyline. The author's perspective and imagination about the future of technology and consciousness are fresh and mind-bending. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. After reading the book, I spent the rest of the day thinking about the insights and questions raised throughout the book. Excellent read!“
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The War has ended. The Children won.
In the late 21st century, a neurotechnology called Bridge has changed the world. Bridging allows a person to program their own body and mind to achieve untold enhancement. There was one problem: It only works in children. Within a single generation, a new world order developed. Bridged Children grew smarter, faster, and stronger than the Adults and demanded equal rights. The Adults fought back. During the ensuing war, Adams, a prodigy among the Children, hid in seclusion on the Nordic coast. But when a family secret pulls him into the public eye, Adams must unravel the details of a sinister, mind-bending plot of global domination before it is too late.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Zero was the first individual H. sapiens to surpass five hundred years of age. He died in 2478, hit by Earth's last bus in operation, only weeks before becoming Homo Deus. During his life, Zero fathered millions of biological and digital offspring who now live in the far reaches of the solar system and beyond. Best known for inventing Zeroism and the resurrection technology undie, Zero famously raised his detractors from the dead so he could tell them that he had outlived them.
Writing as “Zero,” author Bryan Johnson is an entrepreneur and explorer of the new frontiers of being human. Johnson took stock of his health and realized that a decade of chronic depression and poor cognitive control earlier in life had affected every measure of his well-being. He decided it was time to fight back. In DON’T DIE, Johnson catalogs the social and philosophical strategies necessary for the fight, both individually and as a species. Johnson’s controversial ideas and methods have attracted both detractors and devoted followers around the globe.