Predictions About The Future By People From The Past

Posted by Editorial Staff in Amazing On 31st March 2021
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Enjoy this amazing collection of predictions made in the past about the time we are living in right now. Pretty cool isn't it?

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#1

“An Artists Depiction Of The Future, Painted In 1930”

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#2

“A Fifties Navigation System. Don't Know Who Imagined This But I Love It!”

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#3

“We Really Messed Up”

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#4

“1940s Vision Of Food Delivery Future”

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#5

“2022”

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#6

“Self Driving Cars Of The Future, Circa 1960”

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#7

“Television Newspaper - Some Day You May Be Able To Receive The Front Page Of Your Morning Newspaper This Way”

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#8

“The Future Of Phones, 1956”

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#9

“1970s Futuristic Concept For Jetliner Air Travel”

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#10

“1969 Japanese Vision Of The Future Classroom, The Odd Part Is That Included Small Robots To Rap Students On The Head When Misbehaving”

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#11

“James Bond Receives A "Text" Via His Smartwatch In The Spy Who Loved Me”

#12

“VR In 1989”

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#13

“'ship's Cat' By Keith Spangle”

#14

“Fashions Of 1950, As Predicted On The Cover Of Life Magazine In 1914”

#15

“How Nasa Imagined Life In Space”

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#16

“Futuristic Road Trip With The Family (Bruce Mccall)”

#17

“Artoo Deco”

#18

“The 2020 Olympics...not 100% Accurate”

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#19

“Soviet Vision Of The Future In The 1930s”

#20

“Home Shopping In The 1940s”

#21

“Futuristic Netherlands, Drawn In 1970”

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#22

“City Of The Future As Imagined In 1908”

#23

“1981 Vision Of Suburbia After There's No More Room Left For Suburbs”

#24

“The Future We Were Promised”

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#25

“1984 Smart Watch”

#26

“Monsanto House Of The Future 1957”

#27

“This Was An Actual Space Suit Grumman Aircraft Corp Tried To Sell Nasa In 1962”

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#28

“Worst Space Suit Design Ever?”

#29

“Teen-Agers Of The 21st Century” 

#30

“Nuke-Proof Underground City Below Manhattan, 1969 (Oscar Newman)”

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