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ATSers' 100 year forecasted predictions

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posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 07:17 PM
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Greetings and Salutations fellow ATSers,
Please consider this an informal and/or formal request on what you think may become truth in less than 100 years. I have some predictions, based upon my current understanding, to make. do you?


Do You Have Any Predictions That You Think Will Come True In 100 Years Or Less?

What are they, and what do you base your prediction on?



Here is one prediction I am comfortable making, based upon our own realities' facts....

I predict, based upon historical evidence…

That in less than 100 years people will have to (mandatory by laws) pay approximately $60,000 in annually in car insurance on a car that will cost approximately $480,000 .


less than 100 years ago .....


the price of an automobile was less than $300.
Now laws exist that make it mandatory to pay car insurance that costs around six times that amount annually.



Price
The standard 4-seat open tourer of 1909 cost $850[28] (equivalent to $20,513 today), when competing cars often cost $2,000-$3,000 (equivalent to $48,267-$72,400 today);[citation needed] in 1913, the price dropped to $550 (equivalent to $12,067 today), and $440 in 1915 (equivalent to $9,431 today). Sales were 69,762 in 1911; 170,211 in 1912; 202,667 in 1913; 308,162 in 1914; and 501,462 in 1915.[23] In 1914, an assembly line worker could buy a Model T with four months' pay.[23]
By the 1920s, the price had fallen to $290
…. (equivalent to $3,258 today) because of increasing efficiencies of assembly line technique and volume. Henry employed vertical integration of the industries needed to create his cars.

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en.wikipedia.org...


If nothing is done to abandon the current economic model…..
If money is a continued necessity….

I predict, based upon historical evidence…

That in less than 100 years people will have to (mandatory by laws) pay approximately $60,000 in annually in car insurance on a car that will cost approximately $480,000 .


What predictions do you think will come true, based upon your current understanding and interpretation of reality?

Perhaps a hundred years from now someone on ATS will read your post and before you know it, you may (theoretically) become known as someone who was correct in your assesment..

any takers want to provide any predictions on human behaviors based upon human behaviors?

thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts on this subject matter,
ET

P.S.
G.O.D. , aka: (Government Of Dollar$) told me...



[edit on 18-6-2010 by Esoteric Teacher]




posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 07:54 PM
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I predict in 100 years there won't even be money.
It will be credits.

And they will be good not only on Earth, but on dozens of planets/moons and space stations as well.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 08:04 PM
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reply to post by muzzleflash
 


It's almost all credits now in the US. Don't see too many people using cash anymore.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 08:16 PM
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I predict that the united states will be THE world power as it is bordered by 2 oceans which it controls militarily and will continue to do so. I also predict that there will be a major breakthrough in technology for energy production. This will revolutionize the world. I predict that the earths population will start to shrink in 2040 or so and countries will compete for labor, probably paying incentives to lure foreigners to countries to work in their plants. Obviously the arizona immigration law will be overturned within the next 2 years. I also predict that there will be a war involving Russia before 2022 and they will lose and collapse once again. Turkey (once the ottoman empire) will rise as an area power and will bring stability to the middle east. Japan will start a war near 2050 as they fight for resources for their expanding economy.

For more info, read George Friedman "thenext 100 years" a great read.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 09:05 PM
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Originally posted by ArcAngel

For more info, read George Friedman "thenext 100 years" a great read.


thanks for weighing in,
ET



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 09:14 PM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
I predict in 100 years there won't even be money.
It will be credits.

And they will be good not only on Earth, but on dozens of planets/moons and space stations as well.


i like your enthusiasm but i sorta hope there may be some "governments" in our celestrial existance that may not rely totally upon numbering systems and ranks, and classes, rather upon truisms and information.

not for power or control, but rather for simply a better existance devoid of the freedom that includes laws that number more than any child born today can live long enough to learn.

our actors/politicians get paid good money to make more laws when we don't comply with, enforce, re-enforce, or even live long enough to learn the current laws.

it's like a dogwalker and dog trying to go anywhere productive with each law as though it were a leash, a hinderment/burden, restriction, to us even knowing our own true potentials.

who am i without all the rules of the collective game?
is the conformity manditorily making us all the same?
is this why religions, governments, and money came?
is it necessary to kill the "wild thing" to make us all "tame"?

but what do i know?

i come in peace, or i come in pieces,
ET



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 11:09 PM
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Within the next 100 years, it is going to be illegal to not have a communications device on your person. ( example cell phone). Because anti-crime legislation will demand it. They will demand to be able to trace you.

A green thing will be legalized. Keeping society "busy" doing recreation will be very important.

Drones will be watching the whole Terra land 99% from the sky at all times. The only 1 percent of the world will not be watched because of "politics". (careful where you fish illegally.)

Music is going to sound like twisted noise within 100 years. It will be so disturbing that you will go into a rage that the music is not like it used to be. (my grandfather ridiculed my father for listening to the Beatles).

Pornography will hit the "holodeck" level. After all it is one of the biggest industries now, and more so later on within 100 years.

"FAT people" will be more accepted as being "HOT". With more and more people becoming obese (livin large) there will be micro evolution and society mixed changes in how people fantasize about (large people).

Beer, lager and ale will still exist within a hundred years (because beer lager and ale are so perfect in every way).

Public schooling will start to turn more private, as in, in the childs actual home. Kind of like homeschooling the education will be given over the home computer rather than actually "going to school". What will change the public schooling will be a society mood change against letting children "meld " with "loser" children.

There will be a TV game show, that in order to win the game will be to stand the utter most hot sauce as the public viewers watch in excitement.

Keyboards will be a thing of the past. Tech will catch up and computers will (read your mind) via electrodes and LITERALLY type as fast as you can think. (good way to tell who is a slow thinker hahaha).

Within the nex 100 years, police officers will be more personal!. They will go out of their way to visit you, chat with you , chat with you, make friends with you, and be your buddy. Because that is the key to law enforcement efficiency.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 11:52 PM
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I think a couple different things. I think in some ways peoples' disagreeable nature will get worse as it is becoming more fashionable as of late to "go against", including going against other people without reason or cause. I think we'll see some interesting things from the generation that grew up with the internet. With the access to anything we find of interest it might make for something we haven't seen in any other time in history. Young people will continue to be more and more unhappy. I think we'll also have people understanding a need for a new sense of community/relation perhaps. Things should get better overall but it depends on willingness to change. I think as technology develops further people will find nature to be something more important than what we really think about it today. Nature isn't just a hobby.

I don't know about you guys, but just thinking back to the times when you called your friends house and his mom would answer the phone...kids growing up now don't have to do that, it just seems kinda weird. Human relations seem to be getting more distant, and people mistake connection through the internet as something real. "Hey, I have 843 friends on myfacespacebookjournal". Quality is slipping perhaps.



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