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Berry, Adrian, 1937-.

Berry, Adrian, 1937-.

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Just finished reading "The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry, released by the New American Library/Mentor Books back in 1975. The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry is the first non-fiction book in my ongoing project to re-read all that books that I enjoyed when I was younger. Berry's optimistic tone throughout "The Next Ten Thousand Years" is still refreshing; and what made "The Next Ten Thousand Years" so popular back when it was first published, it that it openly debunked the doom and gloom predictions of "The Club Of Rome" - which pre-dated the Great Global Climate Change Hoaxer Al Gore by several decades - and showed a picture where.

Adrian Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose. The next ten thousand years: a vision of man's future in the universes (London: Cape, 1974)

Adrian Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose. For the Alberta politician, see Adrian Douglas Berry. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The next ten thousand years: a vision of man's future in the universes (London: Cape, 1974), ISBN 0-340-19924-5. The iron sun: crossing the universe through black holes (London: Cape, 1977), ISBN 0-340-23231-5. From apes to astronauts (London: Daily Telegraph, 1980)

Berry is contemptuous of all such carping

Berry is contemptuous of all such carping. Our earth has another six billion years to go, ergo ""fears about the long term effects of a nuclear war or of other disasters seem rather ridiculous"" - and Berry is only interested in the ""long term. THE NEXT TEN THOUSAND YEARS: A Vision of Man's Future in the Universe.

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Berry's more important service to sf has been the publication of a number of nonfiction science books about the future (see Futures Studies), including the bestselling The Next Ten Thousand Years: A Vision of Man's Future in the Universe (1974) as well as The Iron Sun: Crossing th.

Berry's more important service to sf has been the publication of a number of nonfiction science books about the future (see Futures Studies), including the bestselling The Next Ten Thousand Years: A Vision of Man's Future in the Universe (1974) as well as The Iron Sun: Crossing the Universe through Black Holes (1977) – expounding in a lively if not. altogether rigorous fashion the contemporary speculation that Black Holes could somehow be used as Wormholes for easy interstellar travel – and From Apes to Astronauts (coll 1980).

Publications: The Next Ten Thousand Years: A Vision of Man's Future in the Univese, 1974; The Iron Sun: Crossing the Universe through Black .

Publications: The Next Ten Thousand Years: A Vision of Man's Future in the Univese, 1974; The Iron Sun: Crossing the Universe through Black Holes, 1977; From Apes to Astronauts, 1981; The Super Intelligent Machine, 1983; High Skies and Yellow Rain, 1983; Koyama's Diamond (fiction), 1984; Labyrinth of Lies (fiction), 1985; Ice with Your Evolution, 1986; Harrap's.

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The next ten thousand years;: A vision of man's future in the universe epub download

ISBN13: 978-0841503021

ISBN: 0841503028

Author: Adrian Berry

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Astronomy & Space Science

Language: English

Publisher: Saturday Review Press; [distributed by] E. P. Dutton; 1st edition (1974)

Pages: 250 pages

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Rich Vulture
Just finished reading "The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry, released by the New American Library/Mentor Books back in 1975.
"The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry is the first non-fiction book in my ongoing project to re-read all that books that I enjoyed when I was younger. Like a good many of the fiction books that I have previously re-read and reviewed as part of my great re-reading project, I discovered "The Next Ten Thousand Years" at the defunct now for decades Michelle's Book Store in the Brwyn Marr Shopping Center in Jacksonville, North Carolina. in the very unlikeliest of places - the section reserved for new science fiction releases, I suspect in part due to it's title and cover.
Berry's optimistic tone throughout "The Next Ten Thousand Years" is still refreshing; and what made "The Next Ten Thousand Years" so popular back when it was first published, it that it openly debunked the doom and gloom predictions of "The Club Of Rome" - which pre-dated the Great Global Climate Change Hoaxer Al Gore by several decades - and showed a picture where humanity would spread out amongst the Solar System and the stars.
Of particular interest is a review of Carl Sagan's plan to terraform Venus. There is also an appendix which shows why a Dyson Sphere is impractical because of the danger it would pose to any habitual planet.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
TEN STARS!
Rich Vulture
Just finished reading "The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry, released by the New American Library/Mentor Books back in 1975.
"The Next Ten Thousand Years" by Adrian Berry is the first non-fiction book in my ongoing project to re-read all that books that I enjoyed when I was younger. Like a good many of the fiction books that I have previously re-read and reviewed as part of my great re-reading project, I discovered "The Next Ten Thousand Years" at the defunct now for decades Michelle's Book Store in the Brwyn Marr Shopping Center in Jacksonville, North Carolina. in the very unlikeliest of places - the section reserved for new science fiction releases, I suspect in part due to it's title and cover.
Berry's optimistic tone throughout "The Next Ten Thousand Years" is still refreshing; and what made "The Next Ten Thousand Years" so popular back when it was first published, it that it openly debunked the doom and gloom predictions of "The Club Of Rome" - which pre-dated the Great Global Climate Change Hoaxer Al Gore by several decades - and showed a picture where humanity would spread out amongst the Solar System and the stars.
Of particular interest is a review of Carl Sagan's plan to terraform Venus. There is also an appendix which shows why a Dyson Sphere is impractical because of the danger it would pose to any habitual planet.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
TEN STARS!
SlingFire
A good book for facts about planets and space put into simple terms, but the book is now nearly 30 years old, the best thing about this book is seeing what people believed about the universe 3 decades ago and compare those beliefs to today's.
SlingFire
A good book for facts about planets and space put into simple terms, but the book is now nearly 30 years old, the best thing about this book is seeing what people believed about the universe 3 decades ago and compare those beliefs to today's.