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The writing is excellent and the organization of the book was very well done.
The hypothetical disaster scenarios were almost too unlikely to take seriously, such as a massive power grid failure.
After reading through the book, I would also recommend it have a tag-line "A Transhumanism road-map" or similar.
It's a confusing book and it did not do for me what the title promises. Some chapters are precise, where others are very superficial. Also the timespans differ with each chapter. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eelko Jansen
It starts off belaboring the obvious as so many of these do but if you stay with it there are nuggets of insight. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lloyd McDaniel
I found reading Daniel Berleant book ‘The Human Race To The Future’ to be of extreme interest as I have certainly spent long periods of time contemplating (and worrying) about what... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Daniel Berleant's efforts in this book are simply monumental. He has looked far into the future and provides an interesting roadmap along with the potholes and other dangers on the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jason
The chapters in the book progress into the future. Each chapter is follows a consistent format - it discuss future technology and how it could be used and then gives... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Schmelzle
The Human Race to the Future: what could happen – and what to do, Daniel BERLEANT, Lifeboat Foundation –[...]. (2013), 364pp., $23.95. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. B. Lloyd
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Great read, amazing possibilities for man to transcend or destroy, transform or be destroyed. I appreciate Dr. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carl Martinez
The Human Race to the Future: What could happen and what to do, by Daniel Berleant.
In this book by Daniel Berleant, a reader can go at her or his own pace, and readers of any... Read more