In High-Speed Dreams (2005), Conway argues that U.S. government sponsorship of supersonic commercial transportation systems resulted from Cold War concerns about a loss of technological prowess in the modern world. Realizing the Dream of Flight (2006) consists of eleven essays on individuals prepared in honor of the one hundredth anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first powered flight. Conway also wrote Blind Landings (2007) and he is a co-author of a secondary-level education text entitled Science and Exploration (2007). Atmospheric Science at NASA was published in 2008.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Collins Literary Agency Rights Guide/March 2008
- ↑ Book review: High-Speed Dreams: NASA and the Technopolitics of Supersonic Transportation The Journal of American History, Vol. 39, No. 1, June 2006.
- ↑ Erik M. Conway (2005). High-Speed Dreams: NASA and the Technopolitics of Supersonic Transportation Johns Hopkins University Press.
- ↑ Realizing the Dream of Flight: Biographical Essays in Honor of the Centennial of Flight, 1903-2003 (review) Technology and Culture, Volume 48, Number 1, January 2007, pp. 232-234.
- ↑ Erik M. Conway (2008). Atmospheric Science at NASA: a history Johns Hopkins University Press.
- ↑ McKie, Robin. "Merchants of Doubt by Naomi Oreskes and Erik M Conway". The Guardian, August 8, 2010
- ↑ Some Like It Hot! Bill McKibben May 9, 2013 New York Review of Books
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