By: Freeman Dyson
216 pages, B/w photos, illus
Speculative study which examines where science and technology may be taking us. The stories and analysis - about the coming era of radioneurology and radiotelepathy; the works of writers from Aldous Huxley to Michael Crichton to William Blake - come from science, science fiction, and history. At the heart of it all is the belief once expressed by JBS Haldane, that progress in science will bring misery unless it is accompanied by progress in ethics.
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