The Visionary of 1934: The scientist whose ‘televised book’ foretold the world wide web seven decades ago

Jun 12, 2012 by

A scientist in the 1930s may have been decades ahead of his time when he suggested combining a telephone connection with a TV screen.While many have difficulty remembering the world without the internet, it was nothing more than imagination in 1934, when Paul Otlet described what would become the information superhighway. See it on Scoop.it, [...]

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The Other Nostradamus

May 29, 2012 by

He predicted WWII, the deaths of U.S. presidents, and the turmoil of the 1960s. He prophesied that Israel would become a state 15 years before the event and foretold the Great Depression. Many of his visions seemed to pass unfulfilled, but are now being proven accurate.His name is Edgar Cayce, and he is sometimes called [...]

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