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2002

 

2002

Edge 109— December 19, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

MARTIN REES: THE ULTRA EARLYUNIVERSE
IN THE NEWS
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE
The Year In Ideas —2002
"Scanner Photography" (Katinka Matson)
By Paul Tough
December 15, 2002
(4,825 words)


Edge 108— November 21, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

ALAN: GUTH: THE INLFATIONARY UNIVERSE
PAUL STEINHARDT: THE CYCLIC UNIVERSE
PER BACK (1948-2002): A REMEBERANCE BY LEE SMOLIN
(9,055 words)
Edge 107— November 7, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

RAY KURZWEIL: THE INTELLIGENT UNIVERSE
MARVIN MINSKY: THE EMOTION UNIVERSE
(8,760 words)
Edge 106— October 24, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

TOBY MUNDY: GOOD BOOKS
DAVID HAIG: GENOMIC IMPRINTING
SETH LLOYD: THE COMPUTATIONAL UNIVERSE
RICHARD M. SMITH: 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SECURITY, PRIVACY AND ENCRYPTION
(10,560 words)
Edge 105— September 9, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

STEVEN PINKER: A BIOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN NATURE
IN THE NEWS
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
WHICH UNIVERSE WOULD YOU LIKE?
Five stars of American science meet in Connecticut to explain first and last things.
By Jordan Mejias
August 28, 2002
(10,300 words)
Edge 104— August 5, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

SUMMER FUN EDITION!
SUMMER POSTCARDS
Paul C. Davies, William H. Calvin, George Dyson, Clifford Pickover, Roger C. Schank, Daniel C. Dennett, Janna Levin, Nicholas Humphrey, Jaron Lanier, Judith Rich Harris, Lisa Randall, Gino Segre, Steven Pinker, Lee Smolin, Robert Sapolsky
REBOOTING CIVILIZATION II
Seth Lloyd, Paul Steinhardt, Alan Guth, Marvin Minsky, Ray Kurzweil
(10,500 words)
Edge 103— July 16, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

STEPHEN KOSSLYN: WHAT SHAPE ARE A GERMAN SHEPHERD'S EARS?: A TALK WITH STEPHEN M. KOSSLYN

(7,500 words)

Edge 102— June 5, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE

KATINKA MATSON
"Twelve Flowers"
Introduction By Kevin Kelly
RODNEY BROOKS
"Beyond Computation"
JAMES J. O'DONNELL
"A Mutual, Joint-Stock World In All Meridians"

(8,800 words)

Edge 101— May 23, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE
STEPHEN JAY GOULD
1942 - 2002
"The Pattern Of Life's History"
THE NEXT FIFTY YEARS
Science In the First Half of the Twenty-First Century
Edited By John Brockman
Now In Bookstores!
IN THE NEWS
Sonnstag Zeitung
ELOQUENT INTELLECTUALS
By Hubertus Breuer

(10,800 words)

Edge 100— April 24, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE
JOHN BROCKMAN: THE NEW HUMANISTS
THE REALITY CLUB

Responses to "The New Humanists" from John Horgan, Daniel C. Dennett, Timothy Taylor. Alison Gopnik, Carlo Rovelli, Robert R. Provine, Steven Johnson, Lee Smolin, Jaron Lanier, Michael Shermer, Piet Hut, Joseph LeDoux, Chris Anderson, George Dyson, Kenneth Ford, Marc D. Hauser, Mihalyi Csikzentmihalyi, Douglas Rushkoff, Howard Rheingold, Reuben Hersh, Keith Devlin, James O'Donnell, Clifford Pickover, Nicholas Humphrey
(20,300 words)

Edge 99— March 25, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE
RAY KURZWEIL: THE SINGULARITY
(6,800 words)

Edge 98— February 28, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE
RICHARD WRANGHAM: THE EVOLUTION OF COOKING
THE EDGE ANNUAL DINNER PHOTO ALBUM
EDGE IN THE NEWS
The New York Times
"The TED Conference: 3 Days in the Future", By Patricia Leigh Brown
New York
"Spread Thin", By Michael Wolff
American Scientist
"Postcards from the Edge", By Michael Szpir
Wired
"Who Reads What", By Steve Jurvetson
(6,000 words)

Edge 97— February 4, 2002
THE THIRD CULTURE
GERALD HOLTON: REFLECTIONS ON MODERN TERRORISM
THE WORLD QUESTION CENTER
Jared Diamond • David Berreby
EDGE IN THE NEWS
THOSE WHO DON'T ASK REMAIN DUMB [English Translation]
The haze of ignorance still has not disappeared: Whoever wants real answers has to know what he's looking for — A poll of scientists and artists for the year 2002.
F.A.Z. —Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14.01.2002, Nr. 11 / Seite 38 (Frank Scirrmacher, Publisher)
(6,655 words)

Edge 96— January 14, 2002
THE WORLD QUESTION CENTER

"WHAT IS YOUR QUESTION? ... WHY?"
Randolph Nesse • Ray Kurzweil • J. Doyne Farmer • Rafael Núñez •Brian Greene • James Gilligan • Stuart Pimm • Mark Hurst • Eberhard Zangger • Anton Zeilinger • Brian Eno • W. Daniel Hillis • Dan Sperber • John Allen Paulos • David Buss • Tor Nørretranders • Carlo Rovelli • Sir John Maddox • Robert Provine • Stephen Schneider • Richard Nisbett • Keith Devlin • Esther Dyson • Howard Gardner • Leon Lederman • Frank Schirrmacher • Steven Pinker • Samuel Barondes • David Gelernter • Steven R. Quartz • Jordan B. Pollack • Michael Shermer • John Markoff • Seth Lloyd • Steve Grand • Gary F. Marcus • Eduardo Punset • Gregory Benford • Joel Garreau • David Deutsch • Richard Dawkins • Milford H. Wolpoff • John D. Barrow • David G. Myers • Karl Sabbagh • Rodney Brooks • Stephen Grossberg • Antony Valentini • Julian Barbour • Piet Hut • Paul Davies • John Skoyles • Delta Willis • Lee Smolin • Henry Warwick • Alan Alda • Gerd Stern • Chris Anderson • Todd Siler • George Dyson • Margaret Wertheim • Paul Bloom • Martin Rees • Judith Rich Harris • Howard Lee Morgan • Terrence Sejnowski • Nicholas Humphrey • Todd Feinberg, MD • Sylvia Paull • Andy Clark • Mark Stahlman • Robert Sapolsky • Lance Knobel • Freeman Dyson • Jaron Lanier • Lawrence Krauss • Robert Aunger • James J. O'Donnell • Roger Schank • Marc D. Hauser • Timothy Taylor • William Calvin • Douglas Rushkoff • John McCarthy • Clifford A. Pickover • Derrick De Kerkhove • Daniel C. Dennett • John Horgan • Alison Gopnik • Stuart A. Kauffman • Paul Davies • Kevin Kelly
EDGE IN THE NEWS
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
"Wer Nicht Fragt, Bleibt Dumm"
Der Schleier des Nichtwissens ist noch nicht verschwunden: Wer richtige Antworten will, muß wissen, was er sucht - Eine Umfrage zum Jahr 2002 unter Wissenschaftlern und Künstlern

FORTY FLOWERS by Katinka Matson
(47,500 words)

John Brockman, Editor and Publisher
Russell Weinberger, Associate Publisher

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