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The Future Through Science Fiction Eyes

There is something paradoxical in science fiction. It shows us extraordinary technological innovations that, however, never turn into reality (hibernation, interstellar travel, flying cars, etc.). At the same time, it almost always fails to anticipate the…




where the future is written

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Michele Diodati

Michele Diodati

Science writer with a lifelong passion for astronomy and comparisons between different scales of magnitude.

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