(Greater-than-human; the use of '>' as a prefix has become widespread on
the transhuman mailing list in constructions such as ">Art", ">Tech" and
">Sex" where it denotes trans- or posthuman activities.) [Mark A. Plus]
Posthuman, a very advanced transhuman.
A person on its way to become >H. [Forrest Bishop]
Closet >H. [Forrest Bishop]
Non-human (after the C convention of using '!' as negation). [Pat 'wu'
As Far As I Know
A Fire Upon The Deep, a science fiction novel by Vernor Vinge.
BEST DO IT SO
Boundless Expansion, Self-Transformation, Dynamic Optimism, Intelligent
Technology and Spontaneous Order.
By The Way
Closed Timelike Curve. Term in general relativity for a trajectory which
nowhere moves faster than light but somehow manages to close itself into
a "time loop".
For Your Information
Human Equivalent Computer [Robert Freitas Jr, Analog, March 1996]
Hyper Intelligent Nanotech Transhuman
[Tihamer Toth-Fejel 1996]
Highest Possible Level of Development [Stanislaw Lem, The Cyberiad]
Idea & Experience Objects. Communicable mental representations, especially
between posthumans. [Robert Bradbury October 1999]
The Omega Point Theory
PanCritical Rationalism, or
possibly the Polynuclease Chain Reaction.
MOLecular MAChine [Crawford Killian]
The Many-Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics. See the FAQ
for more details.
Sans Ceiling Hypothesis: There is no upper limit to what sufficiently advanced
intelligent life can do (as opposed to the view that there are fundamental
limits set by physical law). [Paul Hughes]
Super Intelligence. Mainly used to denote a superintelligent entity ("What
if the SI decides to use the Earth for food?").
Space Migration, Intelligence Increase, Life Extension [Timothy Leary]
Spontaneous Orders No One Likes [Mark A. Plus]
Transhuman, transhumanism. [Mike New]
Unlimited Individual Freedom.