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February 21st, 2007
Exponology: Shit Happens. Real Fast.
Sit back and soak it all in. Because wherever we turn, there is a disturbing preponderance of confusion or quiet -- by choice, by accident, by ignorance -- about where we are headed in the very near future. And we can tackle the problem in many different ways. We can start hacking snow, if the planet won't give us any. We can use nanotechnology to create energy in hopes of weaning us off our fossil fuel addiction. Hopefully, we can get smart enough to keep the killer asteroid Apophis from smashing into Earth in 2036, a date that may or may not take exponology into account at all. Let's hope it does.
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