Extropy

  • (noun): The pseudoscientific prediction that human intelligence and technology will enable life to expand in an orderly way throughout the entire universe.

Some articles on extropy:

Digital Probabilistic Physics
... distribution of thermodynamics, the term extropy was appropriated to define the probability of the atomic configuration, as opposed to the entropy ... The extropy is defined to be the self-information of the markov chain describing the physical system ... The extropy of a system in bits associated with a the markov chain configuration whose outcome has probability is Within this philosophy, the probability of the ...
Transhumanism - History
... In 1988, the first issue of Extropy Magazine was published by Max More and Tom Morrow ... created his own particular transhumanist doctrine, which took the form of the Principles of Extropy, and laid the foundation of modern transhumanism by giving it a new ... In 2006, the board of directors of the Extropy Institute ceased operations of the organization, stating that its mission was "essentially completed" ...
Extropians - The Extropy Institute
... In 1988, Extropy The Journal of Transhumanist Thought was first published ... Later, More and Bell co-founded the Extropy Institute, a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization ... The Extropy Institute's email list was launched in 1991 (and, as of August 2009, continues to exist as "Extropy-Chat"), and in 1992 the institute ...
Max More
... Founder of the Extropy Institute, Max More has written many articles espousing the philosophy of transhumanism and the transhumanist philosophy of extropy, most importantly his ...
Extropians - Extropy
... The term extropy, as an antonym to entropy, has been used frequently in academic literature ... Diane Duane was the first to use the term "extropy" to signify a potential transhuman destiny for humanity ... Extropy, as coined by Tom Bell (T.O ...