Thin line between science fiction, fact
On the eve of Phoenix Comicon, a fascinating conversation occurred at the Arizona Science Center. It featured noted science fiction writer Richard Peck and his son, Mason, NASA’s chief technologist. The gist of the talk was that if writers can imagine something in our future no matter how far-out (science fiction), there is a good chance engineers will figure out how to create it (science fact). In time, much of our fiction will (and already has) become fact. So unleash your creativity and let your imaginations run wild … at Comicon and beyond.