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Thirty or forty years ago people looking to the future did so with a mixture of excitement and wonder. It hadn't been long since man first bounced across the surface of the moon and space exploration still offered up many possibilities to those who dared to dream and wonder. Star Wars and Star Trek were the most popular shows on television because they presented scenarios in which even the most humble cave dweller could fly a jet fighter into the heart of a planet and destroy it in an interstellar firework display that would bring him fame if not fortune nor further acting roles.
Over the years the stuff of science fiction became the stuff of science fact as egg heads and… Read more