It appears to have been written by someone called Giulio Prisco, who
signs his name Giu1i0 Pri5c0, and is active in the Society for
Universal Immortalism. His home page is http://prisco.info/giulio/.

All found within about 2 minutes using Google!

Cheers

On Sun, May 22, 2005 at 10:50:51AM -0700, Lee Corbin wrote:
> First, let me say that I appreciate the comments of Bruno
> and Stathis in regard to questions about Chalmerite mysteries;
> Unfortunately, I have not quite had time to examine them closely
> but they look exceedingly promising.
> 
> Meanwhile, I need help.
> 
> Who wrote the following?  How does one tell?  It's a pretty good
> essay I found in a pile of my printer output, and I want
> to know who wrote it.
> 
> Thanks very much.   ---Lee Corbin
> 
> http://www.futuretag.net/hitbang/2004/11/engineering-transcendence.php
> 

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