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A Look Into The Past Where The Future Was Predicted

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Back in 1988, the “Los Angeles Times Magazine” did a story about how life would be different in 2013. Well, here we are 25 years later in the year 2013 and the experts who predicted some of things that would change NAILED a lot of would change, including… Cars would have a computer in it, and be able to drive itself. Well, there is the Google Car that can drive it’s self, self parking cars. They also predicted that there would be computerized navigation systems for driving, a GPS IS EXACTLY THAT! Find out what else the experts predicted in 1988 and what they predicted wrong, including a robot pet? Who wants metal on your lap anyway? I want a drooling, living, breathing dog!

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