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8 Books That Predicted The Future – iPads Were Predicted Years Ago

Many novels that are set in the future predict mass change in technology, medicine and society. Below is a list of books from the past that predicted many things we now see as normal.

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8. Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

There are some who would argue that in many ways, Huxley’s vision of a captive society made dumb by distraction and sectioned from birth is already true in our current world. However, one thing that can not be debated is that the novel contained medicine that changed/enhanced the mood of the population, which is very close to many medications now prescribed to those with mental health problems. The books also foresaw the use of genetic engineering.

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Jake Ormrod
I am a freelance writer living in Manchester, finishing off my first novel for a Creative Writing MA. I write/read every day and have a borderline obsession with music and video games.

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