People have always loved to look into the future.
Published in the USSR scientific-popular magazine “Technology of youth” in every room trying to predict what will be the twenty-first century. I suggest to see the most interesting and sometimes paradoxical ideas, which was published in the section “window to the future”.
Magazine “Technology of youth” was first published in the USSR in 1933, talking about technology and the world of the future. Of course, the latter could not do without a flying car in 1938, they imagined.
City of the future was underground
As the dream of the authors of the magazine on the bottom of the sea people would lift
The gas wanted to get on a special plant directly during the production of oil
Analogue answering machine
Aircraft of the future
It was expected that the aircraft will cultivate and fertilize the soil, dropping on the field of small bombs
At the same time to destroy enemy aircraft using invisible pulses might sound gun
Disabling tanks was assumed with the help of invisible magnetic fields
Then the authors talked about the polar bowl, which it would be possible to live in the Arctic – this ball not only did not freeze, but do not drown in the water
For moving around the Arctic like to use a floating snowmobile
Suited to half underwater vehicle
With the help of special stations via electromagnetic waves would be transported the energy to a rechargeable
Jet Stratoliner for the study of the stratosphere
Locomotive, car and ship on a unique steam engine
The gyro with an electric motor, powered by a trolley wire
Supersonic aircraft on nuclear energy, which can be months to get on the ground
Of course, could not stay aside and the theme of space, already in 1944, expecting the launch of an artificial Earth satellite
Space station in journal number 1950
With 50 years of covers “Technology for youth” became more and more exciting
Monorail vehicles of the future
Artificial snow slopes
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