In the latest issue of The Economist:
A special report on telecoms in emerging markets
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Friday, September 04, 2009
A recent report commissioned by the Royal Society acknowledged the possibility of counteracting the effects of climate change by means of geoengineering. The idea of terraforming in science fiction means the creation of environments capable of human habitation on otherwise humanly uninhabitable planets or other bodies beyond the earth. So if man has already dared to conceive of rendering extraterrestrial environments fit for human habitation, the business of making earth (re)habitable through the use of technology can't be that farfetched, can it?
Posted by Mjumo at Friday, September 04, 2009