CAMBRIDGE DECLARATION ON CONSCIOUSNESS
On July 7, 2012, a prominent group of scientists signed the Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness. This declaration stated that not only humans, but also a significant amount of animals, including not just vertebrates but also many invertebrates, are conscious beings. Read more.
OUR FELLOW TRAVELLERS
Most of the world's population believes that having a sense of self, of own pain and pleasure, is the exclusive privilege of humans. Read more.
LITERATURE ABOUT ANIMAL CONSCIOUSNESS
Example: Baars, B. J. (2001) “There are no known differences in brain mechanisms of consciousness between humans and other mammals”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 31-40. Read more.
TO BE ALIVE IS TO BE UNIQUE
Imagine the "SUPERIORS," beings with capabilities we only can dream of.
The Superiors are gigantic and move through interstellar space as if it
were nothing. Let us imagine that the Superiors discovered us, the humans. Read more.