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Can scientists make a space elevator?updated: Mon Nov 09 2009 16:40:00

It sounds like science fiction. And it was.

'Sex Olympics' and other TV show predictionsupdated: Fri Nov 14 2008 07:42:00

Sitting around watching television might not be as useless as you think. Certain shows have been remarkably accurate in their forecasts of the future.

Clarke leaves enduring legacyupdated: Sat Mar 22 2008 09:35:00

Astronomy Magazine editor David Eicher says Arthur C. Clarke shaped our ideas of space and space exploration.

Author Arthur C. Clarke diesupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 22:53:00

Author Arthur C. Clarke, whose science fiction and non-fiction works ranged from the script for "2001: A Space Odyssey" to an early proposal for communications satellites, has died at age 90, associates have said. Sci-Fi Writer Arthur C. Clarke Diesupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 20:00:00

Arthur C. Clarke, a visionary science fiction writer who won worldwide acclaim with more than 100 books on space, science and the future, died Wednesday in his adopted home of Sri Lanka, an aide said. He was 90

Redefining house: An architect's interactive visionupdated: Tue Dec 05 2006 19:21:00

When James Law wakes up in his Hong Kong apartment, the scene that greets him is not the ring of smog that often blankets the city, but a 15-meter wide panoramic view of a Thai beach, streamed in real time from a friend's beachfront home and projected to the walls of his apartment.

Express lift to the starsupdated: Mon Sep 18 2006 05:49:00

Posted September 18, 2006

CNN Future Summit forumupdated: Wed Aug 09 2006 09:47:00

Advances in the construction of metamaterials will allow us to build composites with properties unlike anything offered by nature, creating the prospect of invisibility technologies. What are the practical and ethical considerations we need to consider in developing such materials?

Money Magazine: Fear of Gear Itself Do you have to like technology to invest in it?updated: Sun Oct 15 2000 00:01:00

I wouldn't call myself a Luddite, exactly. I have a CD player, a TV and a microwave oven, just like any other self-respecting American. But I draw the line at things like Palm Pilots and Blackberri...

Fortune: FUTURES LOST -- OR POSTPONEDupdated: Mon Nov 15 1993 00:01:00

Sure, the information superhighway sounds as inevitable as it does alluring. But don't count your bandwidths before they're wired. Modern industrial history is littered with technological revolutio...

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