Living Tomorrow Today
**RARE LEATHER LIMITED EDITION**
by Elmer J. Tangerman (editor)
J. G. Ferguson Publishing Company, c1969, 320 pages. EXCELLENT Condition Illustrated Hardcover. Light wear to book corners. Pages & Binding are NICE & TIGHT! This is a LARGE HEAVY BOOK!!
Bound in handcrafted mission leather by Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul Minnesota.
Prologue by Isaac Asimov... Explores the science of the day in detail. See the early computers & so much more in action with great articles by the most respected scientist of the day.
Prologue ISAAC ASIMOV
1 Understanding the Universe
HARRY c. STUBBS, Instructor of Astronomy and Chemistry, Milton Academy
2 The Seas -Our Newest Frontier
ELMER J. TANGERMAN, McGraw-Hil1 Publications
3 Materials Made to Order
JACK E. HAUCK, Engineering Editor of Modern Plastics
4 Materials for Tomorrow
SAMUEL LENHER, Vice-President, Director, and Member of the Executive Committee, E. I. duPont de Nemours and Company
5 Transportation -Our Circulatory System
JOSEPH J. KELLEHER, Senior Associate Editor, Product Engineering
6 Traveling in Tomorrow's World
H. M. HORNER, Chairman Emeritus, United Aircraft Corporation
7 Medical Breakthroughs
BRIAN RICHARD BOYLAN, Science Writer, Editor, and Film Producer
8 Tomorrow's Medical Miracles
DR. ANTONIE T. KNOPPERS, Senior Vice-President, Merck & Co., Inc.
9 Our Natural and Unnatural Environment
JOHN LANNAN, Science Editor, Washington Evening Star Newspaper Company
10 Changing the World Around Us
11 Getting the Message
CONRAD POLOGE, Public Information Supervisor, American Telephone and Telegraph Company
12 Tomorrow's Revolution in Communications
GENERAL DAVID SARNOFF, Chairman of the Board, Radio Corporation of America
13 Computers! Computers! Computers!
EDMUND c. BERKELEY, Editor and Publisher of Computers and Automation
14 Nuclear Energy in Our Future
DR. GLENN T. SEABORG, Chairman, United States Atomic Energy Commission
15 Who Are Tomorrow's Scientists?
DR. PAUL OBLER, Director, Interdisciplinary Center, California State College, Fullerton
ELMER J. TANGERMAN, McGraw-Hill Publications
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