Watch Arthur C. Clarke Predict Our World Today In 1964

Here’s science fiction giant Arthur C. Clarke from a BBC Horizon episode from 1964. He’s on the money with current aspects of our modern life, in talking about technology that enables telecommuting and mobile phones, but a bit too far out in other areas. (I’ll leave that for your comments.) Enjoy!

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  • Smurfy Murray

    I want my great ape maid.

  • Smurfy Murray

    I want my great ape maid.

  • snoozie noodlebum

    I want to stay in an underwater hotel!

  • snoozie noodlebum

    I want to stay in an underwater hotel!

  • oman28

    He got mobile communications right – he just thought monkeys would carry our phones around for us while our robot masters imprinted information directly onto our brains

  • Anonymous

    He got mobile communications right – he just thought monkeys would carry our phones around for us while our robot masters imprinted information directly onto our brains

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