3. Stanley Kubrick ( 26/7/1928 – 7/3/99) USA Movie maker Arthur C. Clarke (16/12/17 – 19/3/08) British Science Fiction author
4. How did people picture the future back in the sixties?
5. Window to the Future , 1969
6. By the year 2000 all food will be completely synthetic. Agriculture and fisheries will have become superfluous. The world's population will by then have increased fourfold but will have stabilized. Sea water and ordinary rocks will yield all the necessary metals. Disease, as well as famine, will have been eliminated; and universal hygienic inspection and control will have been introduced. The problems of energy production will by then be completely resolved. l'Express , 1962 From the essay Food - the great challenge of this crucial century by Georg Borgstrom in the 1975 book Notes for the Future: An Alterative History of the Past Decade .
7. 1961 edition of Closer Than We Think (which appeared in the Chicago Tribune )
8. 1967 Lowell Sun
9. 1961 Post-Standard Sunday magazine (Syracuse, NY) Experimental Engineering class at UCLA
10. The July 19, 1965 Delta Democrat-Times (Greenville, MS) ran a piece by Lyle Wilson proclaiming that by the year 2000, "there will be a Negro president of the United States, a Negro on the Supreme Court, [and] one or more in the U.S. Senate."
11. Auto-tutor from the1964 New York World's Fair
12. 1964/ book Childcraft Vol. 6 How Things Change .
13. Moon Colony .Science Journal ,1969. Illustrations by Roy G. Scarfo
14. The nuclear fear Or…
15. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
16. Attributions: All the images and information on the past/future were taken from The Paleo-Future blog http://www.paleofuture.com/blog/category/1960s