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The Year 2001 (Part I) #309198

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 14, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The world in 2001, based on current scientific advances and events, examined; scenes shown. [Planetary scientist Carol STOKER, researcher Jim OBERG - discuss possible joint US-USSR Mars exploration.] Predicted advances in agriculture, animal husbandry, communication, trans. described. [General Motors spokesperson Irvin RYBICKI - describes car of the future.] [Forecaster Marvin CETRON - discusses employment opportunities of the future.] [Author Arthur C. CLARKE - predicts future ntns. both on earth and in space.] Computer projections of Brooke Shields, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, George Burns in 2001 shown.

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