H. G. Wells, “In the Days of the Comet”, 1906.

Daniel G. Fahrenheit, “Experimenta & Observationes de Congelatione aque in vacuo facta a”, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1724 year of the invention of the thermometer; and, was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Herbert  George Wells, “In the Days of the Comet”, 1906 which was a SciFi novel. The … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “In the Days of the Comet”, 1906.

H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933.

Alvin Toffler, “Future Shock“, 1970 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I Present:  H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933 which was a SciFi story by Herbert George (H. G.) WELLS. H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933 is a “future history“.  A future history is … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933.

H. G. Wells, “The Country of the Blind”, 1904.

Oliver Sacks, “The Island of the Colorblind“, 1997 medical, nonfiction was the subject of an earlier blog post.  Similarly, here I present H. G. Wells, “The Country of the Blind”, 1904 which was a science fiction novel of a population composed entirely of  visually-blind people.  H. G. Wells, “The Invisible Man “, 1897 was an earlier … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “The Country of the Blind”, 1904.

H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897.

  H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897 was a prehistoric, fiction novel.  The protagonist is a caveman named “Ugh-lomi” during the Stone Age time.  “Ugh-lomi” learns how to fashion “stone” and wood into “tools” and “weapons”.  Ugh-lomi” becomes the first man to ride a “horse”.  “Eudena” is a young, woman that … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897.

H. G. Wells, “The War of the Worlds”, 1898.

H. G. Wells, “The War of the Worlds”, 1898 was an alien-invasion, science fiction novel.  Percival Lowell (1855-1916) was an astronomer who fueled speculation that there were “canals” on the planet Mars.  Astronomer Lowell viewed the Mars surface through his telescope and concluded tht “Martian canals” were engineering works of intelligent beings.  H. G. Wells, … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “The War of the Worlds”, 1898.