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THE THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (circa 1979)

THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION BOOK  COVER

THE THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION by G. Harry Stine, Copyright 1979 by G. Harry Stine, Published by arrangement with G.P. Putnam's Sons


DISCUSSION

THE THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION describes the potential of utilizing space as a manufacturing facility. The ascription, "third industrial revolution" cites the steam engine as spawning the first revolution, the computer the second revolution, and man's first steps in space the beginning of the third industrial revolution.


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