The Sun, The Genome and the Internet: Tools of Scientific Revolutions
"In this visionary look into the future, Freeman Dyson argues that technological changes fundamentally alter our ethical and social arrangements and that three rapidly advancing new technologies - solar energy, genetic engineering, and worldwide communication - together have the potential to create a more equal distribution of the world's wealth." "Written with passionate conviction about the ethical uses of science, The Sun, the Genome, and the Internet is both a brilliant reinterpretation of the scientific process and a challenge to use new technologies to close, rather than widen, the gap between rich and poor."--Jacket.
Oxford University Press
Dyson, Freeman J., "The Sun, The Genome and the Internet: Tools of Scientific Revolutions" (1999). Big History. 58.