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Articles from The Futurist (November 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
"Fiction" essential to Wells's futurist techniques. Matthews, Clark Letter to the editor 410
Air de Paris: a colorful balloon raises environmental awareness; Balloon company teams up with environmentalists to keep Parisians informed about the quality of their air. Cohen, Aaron M. 437
Alcohol consumption declines. Brief article 123
Back issues of the futurist. 371
Bartering with fuel. Brief article 131
Biological brains for robots. Brief article 124
Cities battle auto dominance: car taxes, alternative transport, better design will curb the car. Brown, Lester R. 825
Civilian peacekeepers: a new U.S. operation hopes to stop wars before they happen. Docksai, Rick 473
Compressed air may cut energy costs. Brief article 111
Global crime case: cybercrime and counterfeiting. Foltz, Joan E. 627
Global crime case: drugs and the U.S.-Mexico border. Aguilar-Millan, Stephen; Foltz, Joan E.; Jackson, John; Oberg, Rmy 462
Global crime case: gangs go global. Cohen, Aaron M. 687
Global crime case: heroin. Aguilar-Millan, Stephen 911
Global crime case: the modern slave trade. Aguilar-Millan, Stephen; Foltz, Joan E.; Jackson, John; Oberg, Amy 559
How Americans spend their time: reading, cleaning up, doing more work, even at home. Tucker, Patrick Survey 621
How to live beyond 100: a very long life is one part nature and one part nurture. Docksai, Rick 698
Incentivizing Thrift: encouraging savings in a consumerist world. Cohen, Aaron M. 650
Ivory poaching imperils elephants. Brief article 149
Living from writing or just writing to live? Larkins, Emma Letter to the editor 125
More work needed on "consumer" trends. Johnson, Randy Letter to the editor 209
New and noteworthy books and featured titles and authors. Book review 1667
Organic solar collection: a breakthrough in concentrated photovoltaics may soon be available. Cohen, Aaron M. 523
Outlook 2009: recent forecasts from World Future Society for 2009 and beyond. 5478
Seeing the future through multiple eyes. Wagner, Cynthia G. 398
Seeing the Future Through New Eyes; They came, they saw, they earned something new. Futurists attending the World Future Society's 2008 conference look full advantage of the opportunity to see the future through each other's eyes. Wagner, Cynthia G.; Cohen, Aaron M.; Docksai, Rick Conference news 4290
Summary of Halal's scenarios. Brief article 240
The globalization of crime: R team of futurists examines the ways in which crime has become globalized and how the worlds of legitimate and illicit finance intertwine. Aguilar-Millan, Stephen; Foltz, Joan E.; Jackson, John; Oberg, Rmy 2428
The real life search for E.T. heats up: the bookies are taking bets and the scientists are sharpening their instruments. Extraterrestrial creatures great or small may be within sight. Georgiou, Gregory 4348
The scent of the future. Docksai, Rick 665
The Singularity needs you: artificial intelligence, information technology, and virtual reality will radically change human existence in the decades to come. One futurist argues that the future is too important to leave to the technologists alone. Cascio, Jamais 3365
Troubled times ahead? Book review 554
Where's my solar car? Jacobs, Ted Seth Letter to the editor 360
Will Technology Create a Wiser World? Technology will transform human life and force us to transform the way we think and live. Book review 639
WorldFuture 2009: innovation and creativity in a complex world. 378

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