- "Memes, Meta-Memes and Politics"
of Information Viruses" Whole Earth Review #57, pages 50-55.
"The Guru Trap,
or What Computer Viruses Can Tell Us About Saddam Hussein", Computer Underground
"Cryonics, religions and memetics," a 1993 article
co-authored with Arel Lucas which mentions Scientology in passing.
"Memes, Evolution and Creationism," from
the Journal of Ideas, vol. 1, issue 1, September 1990.
Co-authored with Arel Lucas. An earlier version of this article appeared in Extropy.
Articles from Google for author:firstname.lastname@example.org OR author:email@example.com
Keith Henson On the Air
- Keith Henson call-in
on KGO AM-810 5/3/98 (transcript courtesy
Keith Henson call-in
on KGO AM-810 5/3/98 (Real Audio stream courtesy
Keith Henson in Court
Transcript of video deposition in RTC v. Henson
from RTC v. Henson
Rule 60 motion in
RTC v. Henson
Rule 60 Opposition in RTC v. Henson
assaults Keith Henson
Keith Henson in Canada
The Keith Henson in Canada page on xenu.ca.
Keith Henson's resume
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Other Sources of Information
Robert Bradbury's section on Henson and his writings on memetics and cryonics.
Holysmoke Scientology v. Keith Henson page
Scientology v. Keith Henson Page
hate page on Keith Henson
Henson is a founding member of the
Henson is a lifetime member of the
National Space Society.
Henson is a cryonics expert who has been associated with the
Alcor Life-Extension Foundation.
Henson has been published in
Henson is often ahead of the curve where criminal organizations are concerned.
He was involved in discrediting the bizarre
Larouche organization even before
Lyndon Larouche's fraud conviction.
Henson as well as Robert Gregory, director of the pre-Web
filed this privacy lawsuit over
illegal confiscation of email from Alcor.