Saul Zimet is a writer and Website and Data Coordinator for HumanProgress.org at the Cato Institute. His articles have been published by Quillette, the American Spectator, the Foundation for Economic Education, the Cato Institute, and other publications. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sequential art and art history from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently a graduate student in economics at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York.
Saul is a knowledge maximalist, fallibilist, propertarian, and futurist who believes that intelligent life should proliferate its numbers, accelerate technological and scientific progress, and ultimately terraform virtual and outer space. Learn more about his vision for the future by reading his essays, and join his mailing list to receive updates about his work.
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