JEROME CLAYTON GLENN is co-founder and directs The Millennium Project, the leading global futures research participatory think tank supported by international organizations, governments, corporations, and NGOs, which produces the internationally recognized ''State of the Future'' annual reports since 1997. Mr. Glenn has over 40 years experience in futures research for government, international organizations, and private industry in science & technology policy, economics, education, defense, space, forecasting methodology, international telecommunications, and decision support systems with The Millennium Project, Committee for the Future, Hudson Institute, his own firm (the Future Options Room), and as an independent consultant. He is the author of over 300 future-oriented articles published in magazines such as the New York Times, Nikkei, ADWEEK, International Tribune, LEADERS, Foresight, Technological Forecasting, Futures Research Quarterly, The Futurist, author of "Future Mind: Merging the Mystical and the Technological in the 21st Century" (1989 and 1993), "Linking the Future: Findhorn, Auroville, Arcosanti" (1979), and co-author of "Space Trek: The Endless Migration" (1978 & 1979). He keynoted conferences for over 150 corporations, associations, governments, universities, and international organizations; invented the ''Futures Wheel'' forecasting technique and Futuristic Curriculum Development; was instrumental in SALT II section that banned the first space weapon (Soviet FOBS); named by Saturday Review as among the most unusually gifted leaders of America for his pioneering work in Tropical Medicine, Future Oriented Education, and Participatory Decision Making Systems in 1974; was instrumental in naming first space shuttle the ''Enterprise'' and is a leading boomerang stunt man. THEODORE JAY GORDON is a futurist and management consultant, co-founder of the Millennium Project and co-author of the annual ''State of the Future''. He is an expert in several high technology fields, a graduate engineer, a specialist in planning and policy analysis, and an entrepreneur. His current professional activities include consulting on strategy for several major corporations, lecturing, and participating on the corporate boards of Apollo Genetics, the Institute for Global Ethics, Registry Databases, and The Futures Group, the consulting firm he formed in 1971 and led for 20 years. Publications: author of many client reports, technical articles that have appeared in the open literature, and five books dealing with topics associated with the future, space, and scientific and technological developments and issues. He is co-author and co-editor of the annual "State of the Future" reports and "Futures Research Methodology"; author of the Macmillan encyclopedia article on the future of science and technology (1995). He is currently on the editorial board of several journals including Technological Forecasting and Social Change.