Current technologies whose source can be found in Science Fiction
So many of today's technology was unheard of a few decades ago. They were part of the science fiction world. Which items do we take for granted now that was incredible to believe?
There are lots. For example, Arthur C.Clarke wrote a story about and orbital satellite long before Sputnik. Many of the things we take for granted today like cell phones, portable computers, robots, lasers and microwave ovens were in early sci-fi stories.
I wonder what sc-fi gadgets from today will be commonplace tomorrow?
Beam us up, Mr. Scott!
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