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The film reveals the the uncanny visions of science fiction's founding fathers and shows how they inspired some of the most important inventions of the Twentieth Century.
100 years before the Apollo program, Jules Verne foresaw the details of America's moon launch with remarkable accuracy -- from the speed and weight of the spacecraft to the location of the launch site in Florida. And Verne's submarine, the Nautilus, inspired submarine designers for decades.
H.G. Wells gave us our first vision of hostile alien invaders and inspired physicists to investigate time travel. Perhaps most remarkably, Wells foresaw the future of war: predicting aerial bombing, the tank, and in 1913,
the atom bomb. Years later, Wells novel even helped physicist Leo Szilard
invent the bomb. The film includes interviews with physicists, science fiction writers, and historians.