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|The Wild Cards in Our Future
By Edward Cornish
Anticipating wild cards--unexpected, life-changing events--is important in preparing for the future and coping with surprise.
Is the Future Getting Better?
Silenced Spring: Disappearing Birds
|The Promise and Pitfalls of Hydrogen Energy
By Robert Olson
Nonpollluting and renewable, hydrogen energy holds great promise as an energy alternative in the future. Here's a look at what's right about hydrogen energy--and how it can go wrong.
Future View: A Better World Is Possible
Visions: Yesterday's Art of Tomorrow
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the Conventional View Of the Human Future
Polar bears at risk
Africa's need for biotechnology
Population growth slows
More Americans live alone
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