Year million: science at the far edge of knowledge

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Atlas & Co., Jun 24, 2008 - Science - 330 pages
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In fourteen original essays, leading scientists and science writers cast their minds forward to 1,000,000 C.E., exploring and almost inconceivably distant future.

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User Review  - knightlight777 - LibraryThing

This book is a compilation of essays on ponderings of what lies in the future for us, like a million years or so. My first reaction was we can barely imagine what is in store in 100 years. Think back ... Read full review

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User Review  - PJWetzel - LibraryThing

Having spent a whole lot of time thinking about the distant future (my novel ‘Twilight’s Ashes’ is set in 635,039AD), I found Broderick’s compilation of fourteen essays exploring the topic to be too ... Read full review

Contents

The Laughter of Copernicus
1
A Changing Earth
21
A Million Tears of Evolution
42
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