Sunday, March 27, 2011

H.G. Wells and the Discovery of the Future

From THE FUTURIST Archives

For good reason, H.G. Wells is often considered to be the “father” of futurism. His 1902 address to the Royal Society of England provides a window into the mindset of one of the greatest minds in foresight. In this article from the May-June 2008 issue of THE FUTURIST, writer Paul Crabtree looks at How H.G. Wells discovered the future.

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