Retro Futures

Past visions of the future are fascinating.  There is always so much outlandishly wrong (The Jetsons), so much tantalisingly close (the sci-fi novels of Philip K Dick) and so little accuracy that they never fail to be at least entertaining. (source of the video)

George Melies’ “Le Voyage Dans La Lune” 1902

At quite a tangent, a cut out, poseable David Hasselhof figure from the slightly confusing

Back on track, the exhaustive and highly recommended Paleo-Future Blog

and an article on culturge.


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  1. Pingback: 2057: The World In 50 Years « Phil Scorzonera

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