Take a look at the future.
The world of today was dreamed up yesterday.
Science fiction author, futurist, prophet: H. G. Wells lived in the future and for the future as few before or since. He foresaw many of the great technological innovations of the 20th Century—and predicted many of its horrors as well. We celebrate “The Man Who Invented Tomorrow” with a look at his most prescient forecasts.
What is science fiction, and how can we use it to predict the future?
A host of new cutting-edge devices are replacing limbs, restoring movement, and forever altering what it means to be human.
There are a lot of things that science fiction writers got wrong. Sadly, we don’t have hoverboards or flying cars. But of course, there are a number of remarkable things that they got right. Here’s a look at some predictions that were dead on.
The beloved franchise will return to television in 2017 and will feature a new story and introduce new characters to explore new world and civilizations.
Recently, we’ve had a lot of posts about how science fiction continually transforms into science fact. There’s the Alcubierre Warp Drive, Invisibility cloaks (3D printed invisibility cloaks), and...
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