17 Inevitable, Bizarre Consequences Of Sci-Fi Technology

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One of the coolest things about sci-fi movies is the technology. Unless you overthink it. Or even think about it at all. It really doesn't take much thought before fictional technology falls completely apart. Sometimes even literally.

This contest was suggested by Tomkat53, who is probably not fun to watch sci-fi with.

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Entry by T. S. Obiech

HOLOGRAPHIC MEETINGS IN THE STAR WARS UNIVERSE ARE COMMON, BUT ALWAYS INVOLVE STATIONARY PARTICIPANTS. HOWEVER; IN THE LAST JEDI, WE SEE MAZ KANATA IN

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Entry by John Sherwood

17 Inevitable, Bizarre Consequences Of Sci-Fi Technology

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Entry by Sonny Time

If all of Pandora is connected through a neural network, couldn't humans tap into that network and plant subliminal messages to manipulate the Na'vi?

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Entry by Fooery

Flying cars, like in THE FIFTH ELEMENT, are fun and have long been a staple of the depiction of the future. This means that air traffic controller m

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CRACKEDco COM Empty Suit Tony Pepper IRON MAN 3 First in Iron Man 3, and again in Spider-Man Homecoming, we see Tony Stark remotely operating the Iron

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Entry by PollyDarton

HDAO If we are living in the Matrix, it is possible that no one is actually overweig overweight. Outside of the Matrix (where everyone is a human batt

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Entry by stahn_lee

Can the Universal Translators in STAR TREK Read Minds? This would explain how they can translate idioms or figures of speech such as 'fall in line' an

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Entry by Andrea Meno

The automatic steel doors from every sci-fi universe are potential deathtraps. Galaxy Quest Hospitals in the future probably have entire Alien 3 wards

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Entry by T. S. Obiech

'RON SAM FLYNN BRINGS QUORRA INTO LEGACY THE REAL WORLD. SINCE SHE PREVIOUSLY If E=mc2 ONLY EXISTED IN THE m=52kg DIGITAL REALM, THAT m/s MEANS HER BO

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Iron Man's weapons are activated by the user's neuron activity. Does that mean that any impulsive thoughts would have caused the armored suit to misfi

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Entry by DJLuciano

Can you STFPR TREK PEE in a sonic shower? CRAGKEDCOM

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Entry by TheClam

WOULD THE CYLONIS HAVE BEEN DETECTED EARLIER IF COLONIAL MEN KNEW MORE THAN ONE POSITION?

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Entry by Scott Laffey

17 Inevitable, Bizarre Consequences Of Sci-Fi Technology

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Entry by BuffaloGreg

Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind LACUNA ONC. would need to do a lot more than send letters to your closest friends. They'd have to INVENT years o

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Entry by Guidodo

IF J.A.R.V.I.S. CAN HACK THE NUCLEAR CODES TO THWART ULTRON ... ...DOES THAT MEAN TONY STARK CAN BASICALLY LAUNCH SOME NUKES WHENEVER HE WANTS? CRACKE

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Entry by PollyDarton

There privacy are no laws in the future! Needles, Douglas Age: 47 Birthday: August 8, 958 Not only does McFly's video phone display sensitive person