Are we ready for flying cars? I think not, but there are more and more inventors out there trying their darnedest to make them. The drone craze has spurned a bevy of companies attempting to create drones for people. That might be the easiest way of cracking the flying car market. I’d be curious if there would be “highways” or travel lanes for flying vehicles. And how would a flying car be policed? Like I said, we’re not ready for that. In 1967, The Futurist magazine predicted apes would be chauffeuring our vehicles. I guess they missed that one. Popular Mechanics predicted we’d be traveling in tubes in 1957. The closest tube I know of is the northbound tunnel on the Northeast Extension of the PA Turnpike. Thomas Edison was a pretty good inventor, but in 1911 he predicted houses and contents would be made from steel. Holy moly, that’s a lot of Rustoleum. Not too long ago, Wired magazine predicted we would have reached Mars by 2020. There are a few space agencies predicting a Mars launch between 2021 and 2024. In 1950, Associate Press writer Dorothy Roe said all women would be more than six feet tall with a shoe size of 11 and have shoulders and arms of a truck driver. Nope. Way b...