Richard Wunderlich

Richard Wunderlich

 

Richard Allen Wunderlich’s interest in technology stems in part from his many years of teaching and writing science and mathematics textbooks for the world’s future scientists, engineers, and medical researchers. “Being immersed in the minds of students who are much smarter than me,” Wunderlich says, “often makes me wonder where the amazing technology they’ll create will lead humankind.” He also wonders, as many do, if technology is moving faster than our ability to decide if it’s ultimately good. Tomorrow’s Paper explores what will happen when a piece of technology is created that is so appealing, so enchanting, that its inherent evil is overlooked. Wunderlich, who lives and teaches in Southern British Columbia, loves to use storytelling to elicit interest and controversy in his classes. The intent of Tomorrow’s Paper is to explore the conflict between what can be done and what should be done in an entirely plausible and terrifying venue. It will cause all who read it to reflect on their place in the universe, and to value and protect their innermost being, their soul. Richard Wunderlich holds a bachelors degree in science education from the University of Victoria, B.C. He is a science and mathematics consultant and a program author for: MathLinks 7-9 (McGraw Hill Ryerson), Essentials of Mathematics 10-12 and Experiential Science 10-12 (Pacific Educational Press), Mathematics 10-12, and Applied Mathematics 10-12 (Addison Wesley).

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