Is transhumanism going to destroy our civilization and turn our world into an autocratic control grid? Or will it enable us to be detached from laborious, monotonous labor and allow us to be creative human beings, no longer bound to existential suffering? Zoltan Istvan, author of The Transhumanist Wager, is the first transhumanist presidential candidate and explains how he thinks extropianism will save the world and act as a humanitarian force for good. In the 2nd hour, Jeran and Missa of Jeranism joined us for a lively discussion on the strange coincidences between U.S. Presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. And in the 3rd hour, author Matthew Swayne discusses his latest book, Haunted Rock & Roll: Ghostly Tales of Musical Legends.