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Tag Archives: Charlie Stross
From Scottish Science Fiction writer Charlie Stross, Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the 21st century: Q: What can we expect? A: Pretty much what you read about in New Scientist every week. Climate change, dust bowls caused by over-cultivation … Continue reading
Crooked Timber is hosting an online seminar on the innovative science fiction author Charlie Stross. Their discussants include economists Paul Krugman, Brad DeLong, and John Quiggin , as well as a response from Charlie Stross (pt 1 and 2): … … Continue reading