Terasem Movement, Inc

About Terasem

Terasem Movement, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity endowed for the purpose of educating the public on the practicality and necessity of greatly extending human life, consistent with diversity and unity, via geoethical nanotechnology and personal cyberconsciousness.

Terasem accomplishes its objectives by convening publicly accessible symposia, publishing explanatory analyses, conducting demonstration projects, issuing grants and encouraging public belief in a positive technologically-based future.

Terasem Movement, Inc. was formed in 2002. A sister organization, the Terasem Movement Foundation, was formed in 2004.

The founders of Terasem are concerned that the potential of nanotechnology and cyberconsciousness for relieving human suffering and extending human life will be truncated due to unwarranted fears and concerns.

 

The founders are also concerned, however, that nanotechnology and cyberconsciousness could be made available only to an elite, or in a manner that creates class divisions within society. The founders believe that nanotechnology and cyberconsciousness needs to be developed consistently with full respect for diversity and unity so that the potential for greatly extending human life and relieving human suffering can be realized.

Terasem Movement, Inc. is funded with an endowment from its founders. Terasem does not seek or solicit outside financial contributions, but does accept them. It is managed by the founders based on advice from experts in the fields of nanotechnology and cyberconsciousness.

New Terasem Resident Scholar Program

The Terasem Resident Scholar is expected to do up to a year's worth of scholarly research regarding the Terasem Hypotheses, using the CyBeRev database as a resource, with the result published in a medium-to-high impact peer reviewed journal in the sciences or humanities.

Successful applicants to the Terasem Resident Scholar Program are expected to have a history of successful publications in medium-to-high impact peer reviewed journals in one or more field(s) relevant to the Terasem Hypotheses and CyBeRev. While not an absolute requirement, a typically successful Terasem Resident Scholar Program applicant would use their sabbatical year from a professorship for this opportunity.

Applications are by cover letter, CV and publication reprints to:

  • Terasem Movement, Inc.
  • Attn: Executive VP, Terasem Resident Scholar Program
  • 82 Lanternback Island Drive
  • Satellite Beach, FL 32937

More Information

Visit the following sites for greater information on the Terasem organizations:

Terasem Movement, Inc. - www.TerasemCentral.org

Terasem Journals - www.TerasemJournals.org

Terasem Radio - www.TerasemRadio.com

Terasem Movement Transreligion, Inc. - www.TerasemFaith.net

Terasem Movement Foundation, Inc. - www.TerasemMovementFoundation.com