Johnathan Swift, “Gulliver’s Travels”, 1726 was a satirical novel travelogue of “Captain” Gulliver. Prior to becoming a Captain, we’re told that Gulliver was a surgeon. The Scientific Revolution began in 1543 the “anatomy” of Vesalius, and Copernicus “mapping”. Swift’s writing are satire, and humor is his weapon of choice. Gulliver’s voyage allows Swift to use “anatomical” extremes in places visited. For example, the Lilliputian are 6 inches tall in part 1. Leaving the isle of the Lilliputian’s in part 2, we go to the shores of America; and here Gulliver meets a man 60 feet tall! The Gulliverian Hemisphere, of the voyages is shown below. Science Fiction is usually travelogue, but Captain Gulliver’s is satirical. The book is “Ha-Ha, Ha-Ha” from cover-to-cover.