Is there a Science Fiction invention you wish we had that we don't yet?
Teleporter...so I wouldn't have to get up five times a night to go pee...
About the creepy ants and invisible microbes..hilariously behaving like humans. They are very neglected I must say. By the way the question really made me think. Good , thoughtful question.
I'm impatiently waiting for someone to bring me a darn TARDIS.
Personal robots and flying cars.
We're getting there on cars that drive themselves, but I wanted one 50 years ago!
I would also love to have a personal robot that cleaned, cooked, did the yard work, etc....
First thing I thought of was 'teleporter', but cheaptrick beat me to it.
Robots scare the poop outta me, I envision something like Ex Machina
Robots, by definition, can only do what they are programed to do.
Artificial Intelligence might scare the poop outta you, but robots? Nawwww
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