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Published on Feb 5, 2020
Predictions from the past for how we’d live today run the gamut from the outrageously far-fetched to the eerily accurate. In this episode of The List Show, Erin (@erincmccarthy) talks about predictions for the 21st century from sci-fi writers like Isaac Asimov and public figures like Benjamin Franklin.
You’ll learn which inventor thought coffee would fall out of favor by the year 2000 and how certain futurists believed we would be able to control the weather. How did people think we'd live in the year 2000? What predictions from the past turned out to be true?
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