The Third Millenium: A History of the World A. D. 2000-3000

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Knopf, Sep 1, 1985 - Social Science - 224 pages
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Two scientists forecast, on the basis of present scientific knowledge as well as an understanding of historical, social, and political trends, the "history" of the next millenium, written as if looking back from the year 3000

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The third millennium: a history of the world, AD 2000-3000

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These English scientists and science fiction writers use a past-tense narrative to confront the reader with computerized infantrymen, Jack Spratt grass chops, artificial pets, moon settlements, the ... Read full review

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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. Read full review

Contents

TRANSFORMATION THE NEW WORLD
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PROLOGUE PAGE 8 CHAPTER FIFTEEN PAGE
74
The World in the Year 2000 TwentySecond centuries
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About the author (1985)

Author Brian M. Stableford was born in Shipley, Yorkshire, U. K. on July 25, 1948. He received an undergraduate degree in biology from the University of York in 1969 and a Ph.D. in sociology in 1979. Before becoming a full-time writer in 1988, he taught sociology at the University of Reading. He has published over 100 books, including science fiction and fantasy works, non-fiction, translations, and learned articles. He has written under the pseudonym of Brian Craig as well as under Brian Stableford and Brian M. Stableford. He has received numerous awards for both fiction and non-fiction including the British Science Fiction Award (1995), the Distinguished Scholarship Award of the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts (1987), the J. Lloyd Eaton Award (1987), the Science Fiction Research Association's (SFRA) Pioneer Award (1996), and the SFRA's Pilgrim Award (1999).

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