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"Science fiction is the significant non-realistic mode of imaginative development of the human epoch. It is the principal cultural manner humans find themselves imaginatively in time and space" (Franklin 2). Science fiction's domain is based on the possible. It ranges from the present Earth the human mind knows to the constraints of any possible universes the human imagination can endeavor, whether its the past, present, future, or other time-space continuums (Franklin 1). Science fiction adopts the American ideology of technological utopianism like faith that technological progress will improve human and social cultural relations fiercely and imagines other worlds where present developments are pushed to logical extremes like societal, political, scientific, technological, and cultural developments. "Social reformers who wrote utopian fictions about future societies, frequently saw improvements in communicating as vitally connected to the restructuring of the social order" (Jenkins 1). It provided amusing views on the increase of television and advertising (Jenkins 2), however, also suggests illogical and counterfactual possibilities and throws of flashes of possible futures that readers are unlikely to confront (Ghiglione 1). There was pulp adventure of "space saver, more strict "speculative fiction", and "social science fiction" that developed a self-aware individuality that attracted young fans and gained new levels of creative and stylistic elegance (Wolfe, Introduction 1). "Science fiction has been linked to the increasingly visible part of communications media in our nation culture" (Jenkins 1). Science fiction became a popular topic to write about in the 1950s due to the progress of technologies, there was a larger expre...