After touring the world for eight years, preaching the profoundly radical hypotheses of The Netocrats and The Global Empire, Bard & Söderqvist undertook the finalization of The Futurica Trilogy with a book answering at least some of the countless questions received from their engaged international audience. This final episode of the trilogy is The Body Machines. It departs from repeated questions about the Death of the Individual in the Age of Interactivity. Here the authors rehabilitate Descartes old concept of the body machine and transform it into the foundation of a very anti-cartesian, materialist image of humanity, relevant for the new, emerging paradigm. Human beings not only realize they are bodies and merely bodies (and as such, as Nietzsche pointed out, free from the restraints of an independent but also morally responsible soul) but in this age they also find that the capacity to develop a multitude of personalities within one and the same body is now both necessary and, ultimately, the key to power and success. We’re entering The Age of The Body Machines.