Which ideas; once considered science fiction are now a reality?
Cloning and manipulation of the human de-oxyribo nucleic acid (DNA). Now some animals have been cloned and humans secretly.
Communication satelite, invented by Arthur C Clarke.
Landing on the moon.
So much of what we not see and accept as "ho-hum.... that's life" was once in the realm of science fiction. Remember Dick Tracy with his "wrist radio?" Who could have imagined that, just 50 brief years later, people would walk around with a small "telephone" in their hands... which "telephone" was a radio, TV AND a computer!!!?????
Imagine how blown-away your grandparents would be if they could come back to life and see the world of today.... It wasn't that long ago that electricity, interstate highways, radio, TV, frozen foods, air travel.... were only fantasies in the imagination of "thinkers".......
by Ginny5 years ago
What science fiction ideas have turned into science "fact?" What impact have they had on society?What author published the idea in their fiction novel or television/movie?
by ParadigmEnacted4 years ago
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by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
At what rate does science fiction becomes 'real'?There are many technological marvels we have today that were once in science fiction. Is trend measurable in decades or centuries?
by Beth Perry3 years ago
What are the most overrated and underrated Science Fiction television shows of all time?
by Michelle Liew3 years ago
Which is your favorite science fiction or fantasy movie?
by William Benner7 weeks ago
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