The Third Millennium: A History of the World AD 2000-3000

The Third Millennium A History of the World AD None

  • Title: The Third Millennium: A History of the World AD 2000-3000
  • Author: Brian M. Stableford David Langford
  • ISBN: 9780283993961
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
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    2 thoughts on “The Third Millennium: A History of the World AD 2000-3000

    1. See enpedia wiki Brian_St

    2. Back in 1985 when this book came out, it was at the very top of my must have list of books. I've read it countless times, with each reading giving me something new as my interests have evolved from focusing on the near-future conflicts to space exploration to the bioengineering of humanity. It's a fascinating read and very well executed. However, it is, of course, a product of its times. Being written in the early to mid-1980s, the authors have clearly missed many of the sociological, geopolitic [...]

    3. A greatly-detailed "look back" at the years 2000 through 3000. One of the most interesting books I've ever read. Stableford obviously put a lot of work and brainstorming into it. Good luck finding it.

    4. Fascinating predictions of the future from the days just before we had the Internet and we were still in a cold war with the USSR The prediction misses are as telling as the accurate predictions whose timelines are incredibly accelerated in real life. For instance, the adoption of e-publishing came 18 years earlier than predicted; and devices like the iPad/Kindle arrived 50 years sooner than predicted. 3D Tv is 120 years early!If the later half of the book is written as conservatively as the fir [...]

    5. An optimistic view of humanity's prospects for the future. So bear up reduce that carbon footprint ad save the planet!

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