SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS THAT PREDICTED THE FUTURE

Science fiction is endless fun for the people who appreciate thoughtful hypothesis. As a genre, science fiction encourages rule-breaking, and critical imagination or assumption. Science fiction writers are extraordinary people that stumble upon an accurate prediction.

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TOP 5 SCI-FI BOOKS THAT HAVE ACCURATE FUTURE PREDICTION

1.             Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift (1726)

2.             Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea  by Jules Verne (1870)

3.             Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (1818)

4.             Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy (1888)

5.             The World Set Free by Herbert George Wells (1914)

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS BY JONATHAN SWIFT (1726)

This science fiction is the story of a man named Gulliver. He travels into different worlds such as the world occupied by giants and the another occupied by tiny humans.

When Gulliver is on the island of Laputa, a floating world field with scientists, the astronomers notice Mars two moons in its orbit. Surprisingly, 150 years later in 1877, it was discovered by American Astronomer Asaph Hall that Mars indeed has two moons namely Phobos and Deimos.

TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA BY JULES VERNE (1870)

Jules Verne is one of the most known critical thinker authors of the 19th Century.  One of his most famous books is Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, in this novel he predicted electric submarines before they were officially invented 90 years later.

He accurately predicted everything from Lunar modules to solar sails over 100 years before they are also invented.

FRANKENSTEIN BY MARY SHELLEY (1818)

When Shelley writes Frankenstein she was just 18 years old and the book was published anonymously two years later.

Shelley’s tale of reanimation rooted in the galvanic science of the day and anticipates later real-world ideas concerning regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Science was just beginning to explore the realm of dead tissue reanimation through electricity. While the early method being used were crude, they paved the way for future medical breakthroughs such as organ transplants that were predicted in Shelley’s novel.

LOOKING BACKWARD BY EDWARD BELLAMY (1888)

Bellamy is his 1888 Utopian Science fiction novel, titled Looking Backward envisioned a credit card before it was later after 63 years.

Looking Backward science fiction novel is about a hero figure named Julian West who was asleep for 113 years and wakes up in the year2000. He finds that everyone now uses a credit card for the payment of goods.

THE WORLD SET FREE BY HERBERT GEORGE WELLS (1914)

In the science fiction novel “The World Set Free) the author predicted more destructive and uncontrollable nuclear weapons. The book speaks about the possibility of creating an atomic bomb. Although the atomic bomb referred to in this book was the Uranium hand grenade it is different from a regular bomb but with more radiation.

Other Science Fiction book that predicted the future which may interest you include

·        Brave New World By Aldous Huxley (1931)

·        The End of Eternity By Isaac Asimov (1955)

·        A Space Odyssey By Arthur C. Clarke (1968)

·        Neuromancer By William Gibson (1984)