V I R T U A L   G O D S,   D E S I G N E R   U N I V E R S E S
and The Convergence of Magic and Science

Volume 20:2 1996

A r t i c l e s
  • Virtual gods, Designer Universes, by Tal Brooke
  • Virtual Bodies in the City of Bits,by Donald L. Baker
  • Embody the Avatar, by John Moore
  • Virtuality and Theophobia - Becoming the Ghost in our Own Machine, by Brooks Alexander

A vast formless machine is quickly wrapping itself around the earth like a "virtual glove." This titanic but largely hidden structure is the nervous system of "cyberspace." Virtual Reality is not just the upper story of Cyberspace, it is considered its Holy Grail, for it promises to be a new gateway to unlimited experience -- experience without apparent consequences. Are we on the threshold of a wonderful new era, or are we about to let the genie of unfettered imagination out of the bottle . . .? In this Journal, SCP explores the spiritual implications of this unprecedented technological development, building on the work begun in the Cyberspace journal.

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