Here is a video I found that comes from The Roaring Twenties. Some of the predictions are sadly wrong, while others are surprisingly accurate. Overall, I think the video is very cool and I would like to share it with you now.
EDITING RIGHT NOW: what is marked as slanted text is still not re-written from an earlier post someone wrote for me.
- The Great War was the war to end all wars [0:10] That’s what people said in the ’20s. Well, sadly, I guess you know what happened in 1939 and why people had to re-name “The Great War” of 1914-1918 to “The World War I”.
- Cars with rollable roofs  – Correct prediction. That was actually invented quite a long time ago.
- Weird capsule rail things – The thing that resembles this the most is probably the Hyperloop, which is currently under development, so we have to wait a bit.
- Biplanes flying everywhere [1:16] – Nope, no flying cars (yet). However, we did invent the helicopters and there are already autopiloted drones capable of transporting people. Also, biplanes are not used at all today.
- Creepy talking robots, in 1960s  – Robots … speak or do stuff almost like humans, for example Cleverbot.com.
- Corruscant-looking cities  – Probably not happening anytime soon. Dubai is getting close though.
- Mobile phones and radio  – Definitely correct. Most people can’t even imagine the world without them. And all of them carry the also predicted radio inside.
- The fashion stuff – People try to create innovative fashion designs so hard that the predictions are nothing compared to what we have now. Just search for “weird fashion” on google, you’ll probably have a laugh.
- Utopian city design – We are nowhere near that.
- Streamlining vehicles – This prediction turned out to be true not so long after they came up with it, we have been using this technology for ships and air vehicles since the 1930’s.
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