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Beyond Belief takes a look at how scientists and inventors have been inspired science fiction
A Julia Eccleshare Pick of the Month March 2022
Science fiction has long delighted readers with its inventive ideas and incredible technology. Ideas such as time travel, teleporting and the creation of artificial life have always seemed destined to remain a fiction: just something to dream about. Beyond Belief takes a look at how scientists and inventors have been inspired to turn some of these fantasies into reality. They are hard enough to imagine and it is even more remarkable to think that they might one day become part of everyday life.
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Today's innovators are often inspired by the futuristic visions of science fiction. Worlds in which humans can travel through time, teleport, upload their minds to a computer and create artificial life. But did you know that many of these strange and far-fetched ideas could one day emerge as real technologies?
Learn what steps scientists are taking to make these dreams real, and what the implications may be for humanity.
In addition to our LoveReading expert opinion some of our Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title. You can click here to read the full reviews.
It is amazing to think how much science can do so far and how much more it might do in the future Full review
A fun, colourful and interesting science book full of possibilities. Well worth a read, you won't be disappointed! Full review
I think that all kids should have this book on their bookshelf and all schools should have this book in their classrooms Full review
|Publication date:||3rd March 2022|
|Publisher:||Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||Fascinating Facts, Non-Fiction, Science Fiction, Science|
Alex Woolf was born in Willesden Green, North-West London in 1964 and studied History and Politics at Essex University. He has travelled in America and Europe and worked variously as an accountant, a warehouse assistant, a print buyer, a door-to-door salesman and a dish washer in a roach-infested restaurant in Florida. Since 1995, he has been editing books for young people, and in 2001, he began to write. He has penned more than 40 books on a surprisingly wide range of topics, including the fantastic new fiction title, Aldo Moon and the Ghost of Gravewood Hall.More About Alex Woolf