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Since the days of Jules Verne — author of Around the World in Eighty Days, and the like — science fiction has been trying to predict the future, from the cars we drive (or fly) to the food (or pills) we eat.
Science fiction has also opened doors to the future, even if we couldn’t walk through them just yet. Even so, people in the 20th century expected us present folk to be flying around in jet-packs or travelling on air with the latest flying cars as portrayed on some movies.
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