You're right Dale, few will listen to you about superlativity, now or ever.
Well, it's a philosophical critique and only a minority of people engage in such philosophical critique. By the way, this isn't an elitist condemnation of the majority -- people can be thoughtful without being philosophical, strictly speaking, after all.
Meaning, few will start saying "yes Dale, you're right, transhumanist discourse is wrong or silly or harmful." To the contrary, a lot of serious, bright, and thoughtful people will likely continue to see transhumanist discourse as having value no matter how many times you repeat your critique.
Ah, poor little Robot Cultist. Nearly everybody who comes into contact with the transhumanists decides they are silly and wrong and dismisses them on the spot as kooks, and quite rightly so. No doubt some people will continue to be drawn to superlativity, for reasons like the ones I mention at the end of the post to which brave "Anonymous" is responding: namely, "in order to sell their scam[s] or cope with their fear of death and contingency or indulge their social or bodily alienation or lose themselves in wish-fulfillment fantasies inspired by science fiction or try to gain some sense of purchase, however delusive, on their precarious inhabitation of a dangerously unstable corporate-militarized world[.]"
Only a vanishingly small minority of people are transhumanist-identified or avowed singularitarians and so on. Thoughtfulness is not exactly the quality these people share in my view.
Most people don't take the superlative futurologists and Robot Cultists seriously enough in the first place to understand why I devote the time I do to critiquing them. I don't think many grasp that superlative futurology is a symptom and clarifying extreme expression of corporate-militarist developmental discourse more generally, and that such futurology, in turn, is the quintessential ideological expression of neoliberalism.
I do think it is regrettable that I have not managed to attract more attention from like-minded critics of corporate-militarism, but I must say that not convincing a few dumb boys who fetishize their toys to give up their Robot Cult is hardly any kind of abiding regret of mine where the superlativity critique is concerned.