Sometimes sci-fi predicts the future better than science. Agent Gabriel Vaughn has been enhanced with a microchip in his brain that gives him direct access to the global information grid. How long until science fiction becomes science fact? Intelligence, Monday 10/9c, only on CBS.
Nice try, Google Glass…Star Trek was already all over that in the ’90s.
Come on, 21st century. Where are the hover cars, space dogs and robot butlers we were promised? Photos via Retronaut.
The perils of attempting to predict the future.
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He’s so accurate it’s scary. I wonder if Arthur C. Clarke has a time machine he’s not telling us about…
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Russian professor (and former KGB agent) Igor Panarin predicts that the U.S. will collapse and be divided into six pieces in 2010. He believes our Second Civil War will start in ‘09, so get ready! He also thinks that Alaska will be returned to Russia [insert Sarah Palin joke here] and that the South, with its many Hispanics, will become part of Mexico. This seems totally plausible.