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Möbius Trip. The Technosphere and Our Science Fiction Reality

In his feverish essay concerning the role of these efficient, yet paltry, energy distribution devices called humans, science writer Dorion Sagan exits the Anthropocene in pursuit of epochs, evolutionary constellations and thermodynamic possibilities beyond consensus models. A tireless and curious exploration about the trip that humanity is on.

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Dorion Sagan

Dorion Sagan is author of numerous articles and over twenty books translated into some thirteen languages, including Notes from the Holocene: A Brief History of the Future and Into the Cool, coauthored with Eric D. Schneider. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Book Review, Wired, The Skeptical Inquirer, Pabular, Smithsonian, The Ecologist, Co-Evolution Quarterly, The Times Higher Education, Omni, Natural History, The Sciences, Cabinet, and Tricycle. He edited Lynn Margulis: The Life and Legacy of a Scientific Rebel, a 2012 collection of writings addressing Margulis's life and work. His most recent book, with theoretical biologist Josh Mitteldorf, Cracking the Aging Code, mounts strong evidence that aging, genetically underlain, tends to prevent fast-growing species from overgrowing their ecosystems.