Occasional notes on current events, books and more, by Kenneth Silber
Monday, April 14, 2014
At New Statesman, Bryan Appleyard has a caustic and wide-ranging piece "
Why futurologists are always wrong – and why we should be sceptical of techno-utopians
." Part of it is about Michio Kaku's book, subject of an
unsuccessful review copy request
by me recently, but there are also excursions involving Ray Kurzweil, Paul Ehrlich, TED talks, and free will. Much of it is funny, including the picture.
Posting may be light in the very near term but there's
live streaming of a SpaceX rocket launch
4:58 PM ET today) on NASA TV via Space.com.
Live streaming video by Ustream
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