@sturmmadchen Since you write Science Fiction, i wanted to mention that on another site this morning i had an interesting discussion of accurate predictions by SciFi authors. Original post was re H. G. Wells...but i pushed it outward to talk of Jules Verne, Aldous Huxley and George Orwell, with browser open on a search screen so i could double check my memory on some points.
One thing i mentioned was that all 4 of these men were intelligent and well educated. The later 3 i know lived during a period of salon-type gatherings (likely Verne participated in some of those in his day and land too) which were essentially the 3D world, face to face versions of internet discussion groups, so they had access to info and trends from a wide variety of subjects (Huxley's brother Julian was a noted biologist) so it was more likely rational extrapolation than precognition that was involved. While i believe in precognition, among other non-scientific concepts and the lines between intuiting based on cumulative knowledge and spontaneous precognition are sometimes hard to establish--i knew some in that group go straight to the more arcane instead of rational explanations and wanted to speak up about it. Balance, so important.
Then talking to my daughter about the topic she pointed me to one highly 'predictive' story of Edgar Allen Poe that involved shipwreck and cannibalism. This is what i love about the web---the ability to research things with relative ease albeit risky...always in danger of falling into the White Rabbit's hole...being taken off on the trail of more info about some interesting tidbit you read.
Anyway just thought it might interest you. Hope you have a good weekend.