A Solid B+ for Prediction
Novelist H. G. Wells offered visions of the future in a number of books. His predictions weren't flawless, but they often hit close to the mark.
The source: “Anticipations: The Remarkable Forecasts of H.G. Wells” by Paul Crabtree, in The Futurist, Sept.–Oct. 2007.
If H. G. Wells were in a Jeopardy category, it would almost certainly be science fiction. But at the turn of the last century, Wells (1866–1946) was regarded as one of the leading intellectuals of the West, with an influence that was felt in science, biology, history, and education...