In line with our celebration of the Back to the Future Day, this week we had fun browsing the Internet for sites about future predictions.

Inspired by the nationwide celebration of the Back to the Future Day, this week we had fun browsing the Internet for websites on future predictions.

How fortunate will we be? How will the world look like in 50 years time? Will Daenerys Targaryen ever get to Westeros? And who'll sit on the Iron Throne?

We’ve curated a list of sites to answer your questions and more besides.


The World Future Society (WFS) is a non profit educational and scientific organization where many of the world’s leading futurists submit articles and share their future predictions about the world and how they think it will be.

Founded in 1966 by Edward Cornish, its prominent early members included Buckminster Fuller, Robert McNamara, Arthur C. Clarke, Herman Kahn and Alvin and Heidi Toffler amongst others.


Long Bets started in 2003 as a project of The Long Now Foundation which was founded in 1996 as a public education nonprofit foundation, based in California. Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of, provided the two grants with which the Long Bets website was built.

The website is an arena for competitive, accountable predictions. The coin of the realm is the Prediction and the Long Bet. A Long Bet is made when a member challenges a predictor to a wager over their Prediction. Members and bettors alike can follow the action from a single page throughout the process. You can find serious or less so predictions, ranging from Apple releasing an electric car within the next decade to Chelsea Clinton marrying Prince George with UK and USA united under one kingdom.


FutureTimeline is an ongoing, collaborative project featuring ideas from scientists, futurists, inventors, writers and anyone else interested in futurology.

The website shows a speculative timeline of future history. Part fact and part fiction, the timeline is based on detailed research – including analysis of current trends, long-term environmental changes, advances in technology such as Moore's Law, future medical breakthroughs, the evolving geopolitical landscape and much more. Where possible, references have been provided to support the predictions.


Futurology is a subreddit devoted to the field of Future(s) Studies and evidence-based speculation about the development of humanity, technology, and civilization.

In line with the spirit of Reddit, users shares articles, links and anything relevant within the field of Futurism and predictions. Each user can pose a question and ask for scientific explanation or semi-serious prediction, so you know where to go next time you'll have one.


And now to the less serious, funnier part of predictions: horoscopes!
British astrologer Jonathan Cainer writes astrological predictions six days a week for the Daily Mail, on his website you'll find free daily, weekly and monthly horoscope forecasts.


MyQualities provides a wealth of intriguing information about you and other people. The site offers a free personality test, the baby gender prediction test, the astrological compatibility test and many more predictions tests. It's completely free and you don't even need to register.


Last but not least, here's a seriously comprehensive website featuring daily and monthly horoscopes from the queen of astrology Susan Miller herself. Prepare to be staggered by the length and breadth of her insights.

22 October 2015