Listed below are some of the websites that I frequent when I want to find out what is happening in some key areas of Future Studies. But watch out when you click on them, you may just burn your fingers!
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The incredibly comprehensive website for "everyone who wants to go into space".
Great transhuman website covering "technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing -- and will change -- human beings in fundamental ways". Wow!
An amazing website dedicated to "science, technology and the future of mankind".
A website that provides a wealth of information to explain "the end of civilization as we know it".
The website of the organization that "aims to disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change" -- and which in 2007 won a Nobel Peace Price for doing this. Hurrah!
The website of the "leading think tank and public interest institute on nanotechnology".
Dr Ralph Merkle's superb guide to the really, really tiny world of future manufacturing and medicine.
The relevant section of the World Health Organization website that deals with information on the pending flu pandemic.
A website all about "humanitarian eugenics", and which "strives to leave a genuine legacy of love to future generations: good health, high intelligence, and noble character".
A fantastic website by Anup Shah that "looks into global issues that affect everyone and aims to show how most issues are inter-related".
The website of the "world's first spaceline". No, really!
The "world's first and only source of quantum computing for commercial applications" -- or in other words a company selling computers that make use of the fundamentals of quantum mechanics!