It’s Okay to Be Smart discusses the the history of science fiction writers who’ve made surprisingly accurate predictions of the future.
Do Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Jules Verne, Philip K. Dick, Hugo Gernsback, Robert Heinlein, or Isaac Asimov hold a candle to H.G. Wells when it comes to correctly predicting the future of science via science fiction?
And why does some science fiction do such a good job of predicting the future in the first place?
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