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First smitten by cynicism of dystopia, now fascinated by pursuit of utopias

J.C. Hallman says many things we take for granted now were inspired by utopian books. J.C. Hallman says many things we take for granted now were inspired by utopian books. (Laura Migliorino)
By Amanda Katz
August 8, 2010

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Pleistocene rewilding. A luxury village on a cruise ship eternally circling the Earth. A futurist dish called carneplastico (apparently about as appetizing as it sounds). (Full article: 630 words)

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