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Looking for the next miracle—cautiously

From time to time, as I glance at my phone for a message or news update, it occurs to me that I’m holding a miracle in my hand. We’ve all become so dependent on these marvels that we often forget that their existence would have been greeted with utter astonishment only a few years ago. Of course, high-tech miracles have been popping into our lives for decades. In the late 1950s, for example, transistors made radios small enough to fit into your pocket. Imagine! In the mid-’60s, audiotape cassettes made personalized music truly portable. Amazing! In the medical field, technology …