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Author Linden, Eugene.

Title The future in plain sight [sound recording] ; A science odyssey.

Imprint [Washington, D.C.] : Public Radio International, 1998.

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Call No.D1 .D5 1998 no. 461, 462 Circulation Desk
LocationMoore Audio CD

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Audio CD  D1 .D5 1998 no. 461, 462  461-462    Available  ---
Description 1 sound disc (60 min.) : stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Playing Time 005910
Note Titles from disc label.
System Details Audio compact disc.
Performer Interviews conducted by George Liston Seay; Eugene Linden in the first program, Charles Flowers in the second.
Event Program #461 broadcast week: Nov. 23-29, 1998 ; program #462 broadcast week: Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1998.
Note "From the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars."
Includes promotional announcements.
Summary Program #461: Title: The future in plain sight "The evidence that indicts the future is currently available. Climate change, migration, population growth and an imperfectly globalized economy are among the clues that point to an unstable future. Perhaps the indictment is best directed not at an impersonal future but at the failure of today's societies to recognize the clues that point to future problems. Author Eugene Linden points out both clues and prospects and proposes solutions."--Track sheet.
Program #462: Title: A science odyssey "As the 20th century ends, the debate begins about its meaning and place in the span of recorded time. It has been an era extraordinary cruelty and history's most horrific wars. Yet it has also been a period marked by unparalleled scientific advance. Author Charles Flowers describers not only the many advances that occurred in fields that range from astronomy to medicine but also the enormous social change that accompanied them."--Track sheet.
Linking Entry This describes one issue from the audio portion of the magazine, Dialogue, created by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and broadcast on both radio and television.
Subject Forecasting.
Science -- History -- 20th century.
Discoveries in science -- History -- 20th century.
Added Author Flowers, Charles. Science odyssey.
Seay, George Liston.
Public Radio International.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Added Title Dialogue (Radio program). 1998. No. 461.
Dialogue (Radio program). 1998. No. 462.
Science odyssey.
Constituent Unit: Dialogue (Radio program) 1998 (OCoLC)39307750