I see that terrorists still abound - the Osama Bin Laden types still roam the Earth terrorizing countries and peoples with newer weapons and newer methods of instilling terror. I wish and pray that you achieve all your goals and can in fact bring about these changes. Where will we go from there? Skoll cited the increase in mobile phone ownership as having implications on society and the to challenges. Do check it out : It was a pleasure responding to your comment. Having been spread by the success of the Roman Empire, Classical Latin was kept alive as a standard written medium throughout Europe long after the fall of Rome. As much as I'd absolutely love the future to be like that.
I see that countries still exist good thing I guess. I am no Nostradamus but I'd try and do some crystal ball gazing on this one. Space tourism will have become a common place for the general public with many people heading to hotels built in space and probably the moon too for vacations. He goes to to study philosophy. People back then would have laughed off some of the technologies we have developed since and use today. In fact, the furniture itself will become virtual, or at least its appearance.
An extended crisis between the United States and Mexico will ensue, one that the United States will be unable to resolve through the use of military force. . I see the most powerful countries dominating the world as being China, India, Brazil and Russia in that order. I want to see better management of land and water. As far as evolution, it is my belief from what I've read that humans are still evolving. Here at InCare We are dedicated to helping you do just that! Whether it's science, pop culture, history or art, we explore it all and have a ton of fun doing it. A hundred years into the future, therefore, I see vast expanses of land all over the world , where wind farming projects have come up providing sustainable renewable energy.
We need to spread out and exist as a species and learn as much as we can about this wonderful Universe of ours. But, Trump was elected and all of that is now in jeopardy. Just imagine the world a 100 years before - in 1911 - and you'd know the many fantastic things that have since been proven to be not so fantastic after all!! Compare the world 100 years ago and where we are now and you can get a fair idea of how the world would be 100 years in the future!! Yes, some of the things like teleportation and warp drives perhaps might not come about - but then again who knows? And as far as cost, today, you can Skype anywhere in the world for free over a WiFi network. And that that intelligence will rapidly evolve to far surpass our intelligence? We could have the technology to improve even further the quality of life of the average human. But I agree that better efficiency in the home will improve the quality of life.
Other powers will then move in to annex or establish spheres of influence in the area, and in many cases, regional leaders will secede. I see that air travel 100 years in the future is not via the same fuel-guzzling airplanes we have today. Kid, you say - does it really matter? It will not exclude small flights and vacation on space station in our Solar system for rich. We spoke with several of these futurists to get a sense of what life will be like a full century down the road. It was still cold for Florida, but it was extraordinarily hot for the arctic.
By this time, after decades of massive immigration, many parts of the United States, especially the , will become predominantly ethnically, culturally, and socially Mexican. There is no reason to believe we may not have some very fantastic technologies 100 years hence. Rather than the Russian government completely collapsing, it envisioned that the Russian government would lose much of its power, and the country would gradually fragment into a series of semi-autonomous regions. Rich and powerful will have access to best medical care and technology with treatment directed toward specific genotype, to increase efficacy and decrease toxicity. Things are not quite rosy here. Similarly, some scholars prefer 12 July for the day of his birth, but others give 13 July.
We will always need paper and managed forests provide that for us today. While it is quite difficult to predict stuff that may happen at the time, we can definitely guage what things may be like in comparison to the way they are today. This blog is a look at what the world looked like a century ago and what it looks like today. I see that our consciousness continues to live on in the cyber world, far after we have gone in the physical sense. The earth might be bursting with people, but our universe has limitless space. Reuters Or we can innovate solutions. It is amazing to think about how the world looked like 100 years before and how it looks like now.
The sad thing is, human nature usually doesn't change so while there may be geographical shifts when it comes to where the wars take place or the battles for supremacy are played out, till we change as human beings and consciously espouse peace, maybe all we will be doing is repeating the same stories in history in different scenarios. These demographic changes will be irreversible. I see nations squabbling over water - that preciously scarce resource of the future. The recent world food crisis provides not only a warning but also an opportunity or wake up call to examine our sustainability in a rising population scenario, and there seems not enough food, land, water, housing, transport and natural resources by 2050, let alone 100 years time. Europe, not that long ago,was packed with borders and extreme border control. Source: Even 2015 was nothing compared with 2012, when 97 percent of the Greenland Ice Sheet's surface started to melt in the summer.
But something else will never change—and that is the Good News about Jesus Christ. Things such as that make me so excited about the future. Average iq will have dropped by 5 points. During this period, many living in the , especially those living in the , will increasingly shun , due to the fact that they will live in a predominantly Mexican region, as well as the close proximity of Mexico. Later on we chose not to take part in The Iraq war as there was no compelling evidence of weapons of mass destruction provided in the lead up to that war. It's still the tallest landmark in the City of Light today at 984 feet, but pales in comparison to the current global record holder, the Burj Khalifa, which stands at 2,722 feet. I'm not saying it won't happen, I completely think there will be a major advance in technology, but I don't think that the final outcome will be beneficial to us.