Dammit Science, Where's My Hoverboard?

Editeur : Hardie Grant Books Date de sortie: 2013-08-01

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"e;The average American family has no time for television."e;- The New York Times, 1939 No one can predict the future, but that has never stopped us trying.Throughout history, science and technology have promised us visions of possible futures filled with medical miracles and flying cars. We have turned to our best and brightest to help us see clearly what kind of world we might be inhabiting in 5, 10 or 100 years. With the benefit of hindsight, we can now see that even those who are experts in their field are no better at getting it right than we are.Liam Ryan is a Melbourne-based comedian, improviser and writer. He performs stand-up comedy regularly and has featured at the Melbourne Fringe Festival and numerous Melbourne International Comedy Festivals, including as part of the award-nominated Shakespeare Fight Club. He has worked as a journalist in both Perth and Melbourne.

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Genre: Popular science

Collection: Hardie Grant Books

Format: EPub

Pages: 128

ISBN: 9781743580684

Information complémentaires

Genre: Popular science

Collection: Hardie Grant Books

Format: EPub

Pages: 128

ISBN: 9781743580684

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