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Smart Minds From The Past That Predicted The Future (7 pics)

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  • 26 Aug, 2014  |
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People say you can't predict the future but obviously this post proves them wrong.

1 Smart Minds From The Past That Predicted The Future (7 pics)


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№1 Author: Phaze (26 Aug 2014 02:08) Total user comments: 8


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3. Self fulfilling prophecy...
4. I think you've confused the brand iPad with the word tablet computer. Which has been around for a lot longer than the iPad...
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№2 Author: taromaro (26 Aug 2014 11:45) Total user comments: 167


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#6. Considering that in the last years the computing power of the single CPU units didn't increase most of the predictions won't happen. In the 90s and early 2000 the CPU power increased 200-300% every 2 years or so. Now a recent CPU has 5-10% more performance than then old one I purchased 3 years for the same price.

Power consumption and parallel computing will increased by adding more processing units but the speed will be stuck with current technology.

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№3 Author: Tomaz86 (26 Aug 2014 16:11) Total user comments: 10832


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It is very easy to predict happened after ...
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№4 Author: Aindy (26 Aug 2014 17:56) Total user comments: 2863


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#2, As a designer for the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), in 1924, Richard H. Ranger invented the wireless photoradiogram, or transoceanic radio facsimile, the forerunner of todays fax
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№5 Author: Lu (26 Aug 2014 21:48) Total user comments: 15100


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Okay good, but what I want is the lotto numbers, bro. The lotto numbers!
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№6 Author: loveandhate (8 Sep 2014 10:20) Total user comments: 1571


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when you talk alot...you will say something true eventually
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