MIT's "Technology Review" is as much a critique of the science/tech process as it is a product of that process. It is a healthy blend of hard (the aerodynamics of new jet designs) and soft (the psychology of queuing) science, yet it retains enough awareness of technology's impact on our lives that it follows such issues as nuclear disarmament and the history of funding for the Stealth program. A science/tech magazine that gives you more to think about than the cold facts of science.
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The industrialized world has already made important progress toward slowing energy growth. Between 1973 and 1986, for example, the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) increased 36 percent while the consumption of energy remained about constant. In other words, the "energy intensity" of the U.S. economy--the ratio of energy use to GDP-- fell an average of 2.4 percent a year. A similar
decline occurred in Canada and Western Europe.