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New raw materials are being sought that can be used to construct the color world of tomorrow.
Malpractice suits, rising cost of education, many factors may cut down the amount of doctors in the world of tomorrow.
One of Clarke's quotes concludes, "I learned that we must continually look back, in order to look forward, and we must draw samples from our revolutionary past, in order to exist in the world of tomorrow.
With more and more films headed in the CGI direction, Conrad may well have given us a glimpse into film's world of tomorrow - only by then I hope somebody remembers to bring along better dialogue and sharper plot lines.
We want to use this action to give everyone, not just children, the courage and enthusiasm to participate actively in shaping the world of tomorrow.
The pregnant designer was a guest at Jude Law and Sadie Frost's private World Of Tomorrow aftershow party at London's Groucho club on Monday night.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- Giant 75-foot-tall robots will tower over two California theaters to launch the opening weekend of Paramount Pictures' "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.
Footage of the actor in his youth is used to create the villainous human leader of an army of killer robots for the fantasy adventure Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, set in the 1930s.