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An exciting and insightful look into our possible future as a species.Published 5 months ago by Lyle Romer
Very interesting and nice book, I wish there were translations into Russian, so that my freinds could have read itPublished 11 months ago by alexandr
This book by Stevenson is about what we might expect in the future, how the human race may progress in several areas of science etc, based on where we are now or are almost are... Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Robert Ewbank
Mark Stevenson gives us nuggets of hope, with humor and prescience. A must read in this world of gloom and panic!Published 19 months ago by Catharine Cary
A fascinating tour de force of the possible near future (not science fiction), written in a hard-to-put-the-book-down style. Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by Vijay Sathe
This book will not only give you hope for the future but make you laugh out loud while reading.
Terrifically well written and mentally stimulating, I want everyone I... Read more
Having just read An Optimist's Tour of the Future, I realize how much I need to learn about now. Stevenson's worldwide quest to discover new science and new concepts is... Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by Peter Byck
A tiny bit tedious at times, but very interesting. Diverse topics from nanotech to biofuel. It gives a great and pragmatic outlook when others are saying that only troubling times... Read morePublished on August 23, 2011 by Joshua Keenan
We already do live forever. We just don't remember it, yet...
We change bodies like we change worn out clothes. Who would want to wear the same suit forever? Read more