The Next 500 Years: Life in the Coming Millennium

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Random House Value Publishing, Sep 1, 1999 - History - 352 pages
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Could Galileo, Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Columbus, even the incredible visionary Jules Verne, have imagined the late 20th century world? That's the grand task that Adrian Berry has set for himself in this book. As the year 2000 approaches, Berry uses current research information, technology, and scientific knowledge to offer an imaginative and wide-ranging look at the amazing possibilities of life in the next five centuries.

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The next 500 years: life in the coming millennium

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Berry is the science correspondent for the Daily Telegraph and writes a regular column for Astronomy Now magazine. This is not a Nostradamus book of predictions but an extrapolation of scientific fact ... Read full review

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When I first saw the book I thought it was going to be a fiction or fantasy about the future the possible outcomes that happen to us. Then when I start to read it I found out it as actually about ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Future on Earth
7
The False Prophets
9
Copyright

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Berry is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, The Royal Geographical Society, and the British Interplanetary Society.

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