User talk:Natasha Vita-More
I noticed that my design "Primo Posthuman" was removed. The current images are uneventful and it looked better before. Since Biotech Art is at the forefront and "Primo Posthuman" is an exemplar image for BioTech Art, it seems strange to have removed it. And on that note, it is quite strange that Transhumanist Arts & Culture is not highlighted in this article. Transhumanism ought to be beyond such bias and truly ought to be reflected on this site. Can we discuss this and resolve it? Natasha Vita-More 20:44, 14 January 2007 (UTC
- Primo Posthuman was completely deleted from Wikipedia probably due to the fact the person who uploaded it didn't use the appropriate copyrights label. So feel free to upload the image back into the system. "Transhumanist Arts & Culture" is not highlighted in the Fiction and Arts section because the contributor who worked most on this section was unsure as what to include and exclude from the information available online. This has nothing to do with any bias and I find it puzzling that you always assume that it is... Regardless, feel free to edit the Fiction and Arts section to add an objective and concise mention of "Transhumanist Arts & Culture". --Loremaster 13:18, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
- Hi, Natasha. I have no idea how the image came to be deleted, and I doubt that it had anything to do with the people mainly involved in the article. If you could upload it yourself, it would put any copyright issues beyond doubt - and I for one would like to see it put back into the article. Also, I realise that you might feel reticent about editing the article yourself, but you can always make specific suggestions here on the talk page. The main thing that can be difficult for us is that Wikipedia needs to be able to cite references for any statements that are made which are not totally uncontroversial. That might not be such a problem with an article at a raw stage of development, but this is a Featured Article, and we need to meet a high scholarly standard to keep it that way. Metamagician3000 14:11, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
are u the real Natasha Vita-More or some Fan using her name ? :) have a nice day Ammar 19:02, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
Transhumanism article, Max More/Extropy Institute, and Nick Bostrom
I have updated the Transhumanism article to include more information about Max More and the Extropy Institute. I hope everyone (including you) is happy but I'm not holding my breath... ;) --Loremaster (talk) 18:05, 14 May 2008 (UTC)
After thinking it over, I've come to conclusion that there might some merit in part of your criticisms/suggestions despite the self-promotion/conflict-of-interest issue: Although Max More will continue to only be mentioned in the seventh paragraph of the History section, I've decided to remove the explicit mention of Nick Bostrom in the first paragraph to avoid any misinterpretation about his role and importance in relations to transhumanism. I hope this puts to rest false accusations of "ownership", "POV", "bias" or "political agenda" but one can only dream... --Loremaster (talk) 18:08, 15 May 2008 (UTC)
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