May 3rd marked the birthday of Bill Sienkiewicz to whom I owe a lifelong love of The New Mutants! His revolutionary work in the 1980s broke the conventional boundaries of traditional comic book art and it is fantastic to see him today still at the top of his game, continuing to set the pace for creativity, innovation and style across multiple mediums. Happy Birthday, Bill!
So, I just have a comment about your Science Fiction as Science Fact, and I just want to preface it with the fact that I loved the video, etc. When you relate the idea that the early science fiction writers were so accurate at predicting the future was there any thought given to the duration before the prediction becomes accurate? Could the fact that the change in technologies, with more things being plausible be something to look into?