February 2010
Future Times;2010, Vol. 1, p12
The article discusses several studies related to science/technology/space. "The Economist" in its August 15, 2009 issue reports that the rate of astronomical discoveries is accelerating. P. Ferreira in the August 1, 2009 issue of "New Scientist" explains how the known shape and history of the universe are understood to be intertwined with the new mystery, dark energy. "Science," in its July 24, 2009 Special Section, "Complex Systems and Networks," provides news on molecular biology, social systems and behaviours.


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