Please join us to discuss the best next steps toward organizing
opposition to techno-eugenics. We'll devote time both to
conceptualizing a political framework for this effort, and
to nuts-and-bolts planning for future events. We'll consider
the possibility of a day-long conference before the end of the
Tuesday, September 21, at 7:00 p.m., in the offices of the
Energy and Resources Group, 387 Barrows Hall, on the south
side of the UC Berkeley campus, just east of Sproul Hall.
(Email Rich Hayes for more detailed directions.)
We'll provide coffee, tea, and dessert.
Please let us know that you're planning to attend.
The meeting will begin with very brief updates on recent
- the California State Advisory Committee on Human Cloning,
and an activist protest against it in San Diego
- the meaning of the media coverage of the so-called "smart
mouse" —including Time's cover story on "the
- James Grifo's effort at NYU to create babies with three
- a conference held at UC Berkeley by the Extropians, a
group organizing in support of human germline enhancement,
cloning, and cryogenics
- the ABC Nightline special on human cloning
- the "BioDevastation 3" grassroots conference in