Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
Yuval Noah Harari, author of the best-selling books Sapiens and Homo Deus thinks that science fiction shapes the understanding of people on issues such as intelligence and biotechnology, which will likely change our society in the future.
It is uncertain how many times a person can reinvent themselves during a lifetime. Reinventing yourself five or six times would cause immense psychological stress.
It would be interesting to see a science fiction movie that explores the mundane issue of someone reinventing themselves. Just...
After reading 1984, it leaves one questioning how to avoid getting there. But with Brave New World, it's more difficult. Everyone is satisfied and happy. There are no resistance or secret police. Yet, we have this very uneasy feeling that something is very wrong...
On immortality: Another interesting science fiction movie considers what kinds of relations parents and children would have when the parents keep on living to be 200.
On technology: Many science fiction scenarios can't materialise because society can take ...
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