Quote by William Gibson :

I think the least important thing about science fiction for me is its predictive capacity.

Quote by Simon Kinberg :

The thing that’s interesting about science fiction is that it is always, when it is done well, a lens on our world. And yet it is a metaphor.

Quote by Steven Weinberg :

Even though I knew pretty early that I was going to be a scientist, it wasn’t the science that interested me in science fiction; it was the vision of future societies that, for better or worse, would be radically different from our own.

Quote by Duncan Jones :

I’m a bit of a geek, actually. So I always wanted my first film to be science fiction.

Quote by Michio Kaku :

Science fiction without the science just becomes, you know, sword and sorcery, basically stories about heroism and not much more.

Quote by John Scalzi : There’s always been a little bit

There’s always been a little bit of tension between the writers of science fiction literature and then science-fiction televised shows or movies, partly because they have a different dynamic.

Quote by Robert J. Sawyer :

Bradbury was the one guy who was published in places like the ‘Saturday Evening Post.’ He was the guy who brought science fiction to the masses. If he hadn’t existed, science fiction would have been a well-kept secret in literature instead of a widely consumed phenomenon.

Quote by Gregory Benford : Seeing the space future through

Seeing the space future through science fiction can be difficult. Much science fiction of the early era, the 1950s through the ’70s, took an expansionist view.

Quote by Henry Petroski :

Because they are so humbled by their creations, engineers are naturally conservative in their expectations of technology. They know that the perfect system is the stuff of science fiction, not of engineering fact, and so everything must be treated with respect.

Quote by James Gunn :

By isolating the issues of race, gender, sexual orientation, climate change, environment, governance, economics, catastrophe and whatever other problems the present embodies or the future may bring, science fiction can do what Dickens and Sinclair did: make real the consequences of social injustice or human folly.