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Home > Press > IEET Fellow Mike Treder is Missing

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Transhumanist leader and IEET Fellow Mike Treder has been missing since Wednesday March 14 since he went to a conference in Detroit. No one in his family has heard from him or been able to contact him.

IEET Fellow Mike Treder is Missing

Detroit, MI | Posted on March 19th, 2012

Mike was at the 55th Annual Science and Engineering Fair of Metro Detroit 2011-2012 which was held at the Cobo Center in Detroit from 3/13 to 3/17.

If you have any information that might help us find Mike please contact J. Hughes at

Mike is a pillar in a life or death world cause. Mike works hard for your life.

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