When you think about the future, what comes to mind? Do you imagine a futuristic world with flying cars, hovercrafts, buildings with fully automated functions, or robots? Well, the future is uncertain, and your predictions may never happen. Like you, many people in the past have made several predictions, and not many of them held water. We have a specific image of what life in the future would look like from sci-fi movies, but is it even possible? Would you and I even live to see it happen? There have been professors, businesses, famous figures, and wealthy people who made predictions based on the condition of society in their time or just through lack of faith in humanity, and they have been proven wrong. In this article, we will be looking at such predictions and how they turned out. Some are incredibly spot on, and others are almost unbelievable to predict. Want to know if their assumptions about the future came true? Sit tight, read on, and enjoy!
By The 21st Century, Humans Will Colonize Space
Most of early human life was spent exploring and discovering new lands, boundaries, and cultures. By the end of the 20th century, it appeared that humans had discovered every bit of land there was to find. If we found everything on earth, does that mean we’ll take our explorations to space?
In an episode of “Closer Than We Think,” Arthur Radebaugh predicted that we would travel on “Space Mayflowers” to space and colonize other planets in the galaxy. With Elon Musk and everything NASA has achieved in outer space, I dare say it is possible, although it hasn’t happened yet. Since there have been sightings and reports of UFOs, I think we may be colonized first.