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Atmospheric scientist Joseph Knox explains that because of the complex physical processes and feedback mechanisms in the atmosphere, activities which are economically beneficial regionally may produce severe detrimental effects on a global scale; and…

Atmospheric scientist Joseph Knox explains that because of the complex physical processes and feedback mechanisms in the atmosphere, activities which are economically beneficial regionally may produce severe detrimental effects on a global scale; and…

D. F. Peterson, of Utah State University, outlines the problems of providing the world's farmers with the quality and quantity of water they must have on a regular basis, even in this technological age, when efforts to manipulate the water supply…

D. F. Peterson, of Utah State University, outlines the problems of providing the world's farmers with the quality and quantity of water they must have on a regular basis, even in this technological age, when efforts to manipulate the water supply…

The Center's Elisabeth Mann Borgese argues that ecological pollution makes national boundary claims obsolete, and that there is a need for a new world constitution, under which all sovereign nations would accept responsibilities toward the world…

Gerard Piel, publisher of Scientific American, warns that rich countries must share their technological resources with less-developed nations in order to help them raise their standards of living and control their population explosions, or the…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…

An informal conversation reviewing the week-long conference on technology, with J. P. Corbett, Herbert Marcuse, Nathan Rotenstreich, Gerald Sykes, and Harvey Wheeler. Technological Society VIII. Dec. 1965.