Science Fiction in the News Articles
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by Miles J. Breuer

"What the future holds for us, nobody can tell definitely or surely, but some of those psychologists and scientists who let their imaginations roam into the possible, future see things—remarkable things—to which they react with much misgiving. Machinery that standardizes production may in some way extend itself too far in standardiizing life. It is a problem worth considering now—whether a muddling government that still permits initiative and self-reliance is not preferable to a perfectly standardized machine government. Dr. Breuer sees his side of the problem clearly and gives a most vivid picture of such a possible future."

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

Self-Driving Truck Corridor From Manitoba To Mexico?
   This might be the safer idea...

Patented! Google's Autonomous Delivery Trucks
   I hope Google's trucks can find my house!

Otto Autonomous Robot Trucks Run Into... Legal Snag
   'They were automatic trucks such as are used for making deliveries...' - Miles J. Breuer, 1932.

Rule Of Humans By Software Not Transparent
   'The Council itself could be overridden by a superior power...' - Arthur C. Clarke, 1956.

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Sci-Fi Helps Young Readers Build Resiliency
re: Various
(5/11/2020)

I Want My 1928 Telestereo Hologram Now
re: Edmond Hamilton
(5/9/2020)

Memes Now Come From Neural Nets
re: William Tenn
(5/7/2020)

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