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Didn’t see that coming, did you? The fall of futurology. The Financial Times, 5 March 2005

In Stanislaw Lem’s novel, The Futurological Congress, published in 1971, Ijon Tichy, a Russian cosmonaut on his way to an international gathering of futurologists in the developing world, is so badly wounded in the crossfire of a local revolution that … Continue reading