Science Fiction and the pas/present/future…

Science Fiction is used to prepare society for what’s coming next.  Whether it’s babies grown in petri dishes, which was shocking and unheard of before they got us used to it in Sci-Fi and then told us they already did it,  or loss of freedom or AI…it’s always the forerunner of the future. If you look at the Sci-fi of the past you will see the present.   Even our computer age was alive and well in Science Fiction before anyone knew what a computer was.  It’s been said that the People in Charge, the ones behind the curtain, want to cull the herd (we are the herd, FYI).  So, has anyone else noticed all the new programs about viruses and mass death?   Hey, I’m just sayin’.

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11 Responses to Science Fiction and the pas/present/future…

  1. risinghawk says:

    For sure it’s coming – I’m hoping to be absent from school those days 😉

  2. Blabpipe says:

    I agree.. with all the new viruses and terrorist attacks happening all around the globe, something is going awry. Needless to say, the P i C are not to be trusted.

    • We don’t know who’s always behind the terrorist attacks…we don’t actually know anything. Politicians/people in charge use things like this to take freedom away from people “for their own good.” Governments use violence as “fund raisers,” so to speak, to manipulate people, to create an atmosphere of fear. So we are in the dark and have no idea what’s true and what’s not. We are fed lies on a daily basis, so it’s hard to believe anyone or anything.

  3. It is all there if we only open our eyes…

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