In 1932 Albert Einstein concluded that there was not the slightest indication that nuclear energy would ever be obtainable.
In the 1940's, Tom Watson, head of IBM surveyed the potential world market for computers, pondered, and concluded that there was a demand for "about five". IBM later also let Bill Gates charge them per piece for his operating system instead of just buying it outright.
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