EDGE OF INNOVATION
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EDGE OF INNOVATION

A Cautionary Whale of a Future-Building Tale

What we can learn about addressing planetary-scale problems from the infamous Oregon “exploding whale”

Exploding Whale Memorial Park (City of Florence). Source: City of Florence

On November 9th 1970, a 45 foot long dead sperm whale washed up on the Oregon coast, and found its way into modern American mythology.

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Andrew Maynard

Andrew Maynard

Scientist, futurist & Professor of Global Futures at ASU. Author of Future Rising and Films from the Future. Writing about tech, society, & the future

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