Terasem Movement Foundation

Welcome to the TMF, Inc.

The common purpose of all of the Terasem Movement Foundation’s (TMF) projects is to investigate the Terasem Hypotheses which state that –

(1) a conscious analog of a person may be created by combining sufficiently detailed data about the person (a “mindfile”) using future consciousness software (“mindware”),


(2) that such a conscious analog can be downloaded into a biological or nanotechnological body to provide life experiences comparable to those of a typically birthed human.

We call this event Transferred Consciousness (TC). If even the first part of the two Terasem Hypotheses is shown to be true, the conscious analogs will be independent persons with rights and obligations dependent upon their capabilities.

What’s it like to be a Transbeman?

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News and Events

  • Terasem Movement Foundation offers Virtual Volunteering thru VolunteerMatch.com (5/4/2020) -           The Terasem Movement Foundation working with VolunteerMatch.com offers Virtual Volunteering during the current COVID-19 Pandemic environment. Lifenaut Lifesaver volunteers help new and current Lifenaut users gather and upload their digital information to get started on creating their mindfile. LifeNaut Lifesaver volunteers connect with the lives of others before it is […]
  • What to do in Quarantine mode ? Why not work on your “Mindfile”. (4/17/2020) - April1 17th, 2020 Dear Lifenaut and Terasem supporters, As many of us enter our second month of  “social distancing” and ” staying at home” to do our part in breaking the transmission of the COVID-19 virus, it can be challenging to find things to do to keep our minds off just how “un-normal” life is […]
  • Ars Poetica Cybernetica: A.I.+ Poetry (2/14/2020) - A new exciting collaboration with Poet Sasha Stiles bore fruit on Valentines Day 2020 at ArtYard in Elizabeth Town, New Jersey. A live presentation event of Bina48’s progress in her  mentorship and introduction to Poetry and Creativity (a work in progress) was shared as part of Sasha’s exhibition Ars Cybernetica Poetica.  Sasha writes: “Ars Poetica […]