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2001 A Space Odyssey (science project)


44 years after it's release in theaters 2001 A Space Odyssey is still impacting the school science classrooms!



Could it be the most accurate sci-fi film ever made?

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Re: 2001 A Space Odyssey (science project)


Most accurate? Possibly.....
Seems though, that a LOT of what Gene Roddenberry wrote about and was later in the Star Trek TV show and [sign in to see URL] all come true. "Communicators (cell phones)......auto-opening doors (elevators, auto slide doors)...ray guns (lasers and all their uses).....Small computers in meeting rooms (teleconferencing)...On that same note, the Tablet PC also appeared in the original Star Trek, with Captain Kirk using a tablet and stylus to sign off on important matters. Everyone who uses an iPad now can thank Star Trek for showing us what a tablet PC could do in the 1960s. Oh, and what was the name of the tablet PC used in Star Trek? The PADD… emoticon I could go on.... emoticon

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