52 years ago today, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. But who was the first one to ever dream of this? Enter science fiction.
Time. We all have it and, for better and for worse, we all use it, too. Jules Verne wrote his famous ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’ on this very thing: Time.
Tales of the future may come from the past! Do you ever wonder how writers envisioned the potential future of science decades or over a century ago?
Sink your tentacles into these 7 books in celebration of NOAA’s discovery of a giant squid off the Gulf of Mexico.
French adventurer Jean-Jacques Savin made headlines last week when he completed a nautical journey fit for Jules Verne that lasted more than four months — that is, in a 10-foot-long plywood barrel he built himself.