Work from history (1).docx - TASK 1 Part A Prediction Has the prediction come true Will the prediction be possible in the future We will be able to

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TASK 1: Part A: Prediction Has the prediction come true? Will the prediction be possible in the future? We will be able to communicate over long distances instantly. yes The wireless devices would eventually be simplified. Yes We will have a machine being able to do all the cooking. No Yes We no longer need to ask for directions or think about our route to go somewhere. Yes We will have a 3D televisions and it'll replace traditional television No Yes All high-school students have access to computer science No Yes We will be able to travel space Yes
Part B: Although future events are necessarily uncertain, so guaranteed accurate information about the future impossible, prediction can be useful to assist in making plans about possible developments. There are two skills that might enable someone to make an accurate prediction: Know all the facts: analysis starts with data. Before you start anything, you need to gather as much data as possible and look at things from different angles. In source 1, John Wilkins, an English clergyman, naturalist, and writer, has predicted that we will be able to travel space. In A Discourse Concerning a New World and Another Planet, book 1, 1640, John had said that “Yet I do seriously and on good grounds affirm it possible to make a flying chariot in which a man may sit and give such a motion unto it as shall convey him through the air.” Through this quote, we all know that he predicts that one day we will make a vehicle that is able to travel out of space and call that vehicle now is the rocket. He uses words “small cork” as big ships and eagle as “little gnat”. This helps us understand how everything will view like when we up to the sky. Right now we didn’t make the vehicle travel to the space small like a car yet. But in the future, we could turn a giant rocket into a small car. In source 2, Nikola Tesla, a Serbian American inventor, scientist, engineer, and entrepreneur who worked with electricity and contributed to the development of alternating current make a prediction that everyone will be able to communicate over long distances instantly. In one of his