Future history

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Here’s a juicy oxymoron fakeologists can sink their teeth into.

A future history is a postulated history of the future and is used by authors of science fiction and other speculative fiction to construct a common background for fiction. Sometimes the author publishes a timeline of events in the history, while other times the reader can reconstruct the order of the stories from information provided therein.

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napoleon wilson
napoleon wilson(@napoleon)
2 years ago

Welcome to fakeologist , we have a geologist who wont examine his fundamentals, a film buff that aint seen satr wars , a disinfo agent that likes saying war is a hoax , clearly not what a thinking man would say , plus a bunch of house clowns ( masons) that will not examine 911.

Vespadouglas
Vespadouglas(@vespadouglas)
2 years ago

frank salt space mining co. …….jalong , jupiter and beyond…………….between $60t & $1,500trillion ……….a considerable spread

smj
smj(@smj)
2 years ago
Reply to  Vespadouglas

So the salt guy said he’s mining salt on Jupiter? I didn’t think he believed in flying rocks. Can you give me a time stamp, moped guy? Thanks

napoleon wilson
napoleon wilson(@napoleon)
2 years ago

The Next Two Hundred Years: A Scenario for America and the World. Authors: Herman Kahn, William Brown, and Leon Martel, with the assistance of the staff of the Hudson Institute. Morrow, New York, 1976/241p. World scenario to 21st century. In this classic work, the authors propose various world scenarios of the future. Some of the 107.22.164.43/millennium/integ… Scenarios for the Year 2000. scenarios outlined in this book include: Scenario 1.) The Optimistic Scenario: depicts a prosperous and plentiful world even though it has a high population. On the overall, the population is wealthy and controls nature. The world has reached this… Read more »

smj
smj(@smj)
2 years ago

I gotta admit I like isotopes too. The stories are hilarious. Have you seen the mouse that roared, little buddy? m.youtube.com/watch?v=p7L7WLFB… 4H (atomic mass is 4.02643(11) u) contains one proton and three neutrons in its nucleus. It is a highly unstable isotope of hydrogen. It has been synthesised in the laboratory by bombarding tritium with fast-moving deuterium nuclei.[9] In this experiment, the tritium nucleus captured a neutron from the fast-moving deuterium nucleus. The presence of the hydrogen-4 was deduced by detecting the emitted protons. It decays through neutron emission into hydrogen-3 (tritium) with a half-life of about 139 ± 10 yoctoseconds… Read more »

smj
smj(@smj)
2 years ago

Here’s some irony free of charge of course…

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugeni…