Kerry Howley quotes Joe Quirk from H+, the new transhumanist magazine:

Here’s another moral imperative you transhumanist fools haven’t considered: we owe something to people who don’t exist yet. People who don’t exist yet are waiting in line to take our places. They can’t do that unless we die. Don’t nonexistent people have rights? Damn right they do. The right to demand our deaths. Luckily, nonexistent people have Bill McKibben and Frances Fukayama speaking up for their right to kill you. Which they can’t do, since they don’t exist. So Kass and Fukayama will kill you for them, by legislating against doctors interfering with your long slow death.

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