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In 100 years, the world will look like. . . . . . .

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posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 06:12 PM
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Nice -
- and I'll respond with:

posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 07:52 PM
Okay, changed my mind...

There's no way in hell I can top some of the hilarious predictions in this thread, so I won't even bother attempting to give it a go.

And by the way, someone owes me a new keyboard.

posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 09:32 PM
oh joy!
My turn! My turn!

After being killed in a freak accident involving a plate of waffles and a can of mace, a dear friend of mine (who is also an electronics/computer programmer) manages to download my conscious into a giant robot/computer that runs tests in his laboratory where participants solve complex puzzles for science.

Unfortunately, there is a glitch in my programming and I douse the building with a deadly nerve agent, killing all but one participant: John K., who was hired on in the animation division making snarky webtoons with full immunity from the government.

Every night while he sleeps, I rearrange the testing rooms and when he wakes up, he has to complete them by using a hand-held portal device and his wits.

Oh and apparently there's pie...

posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 10:29 PM
reply to post by beezzer

In 100 years I will be 127, industry and currency will be obsolete. Convenience will rule all, the human body will not look as it does today, but rather a pale skinny biotech mess. Human interaction will be instantaneous, a large conglomerate of individuals all linked together. Diversity will have died out years ago. Food, music, speech, the world will seem meaningless. The pleasures in the natural world will be lost in our desperate strive for instant gratification. Will we simply exist, in a world where everything is a matter of thinking about it, and it is.

We are desperately striving for a world where we have no problems, no decisions, and waiting.

Sadly, this is how I see our world going. We will be no better off than we are now, as the "problems" we greedily claim to exist are insignificant.

posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 02:42 AM
We will STILL, STILL be waiting for the flying cars, and the jetpacks.

The "mindcrowave" oven will cook whatever we think about. "Be careful what you think about" will be printed on the box.

Escaped sentient Lab rats, will build a town outside of Washington DC . When I asked why they chose this location, they will say "because we blend in"

Healthcare will be sold in units of time, by vending machines. please have correct change ready. Lots of it.

The Ford Pinto will make a comeback, but marketed as a high-speed BBQ, for those who can't afford to wait.

A group of Autotuned Chickens called "J.S. BOK BOK BOK" will be top selling recording artists.

That order of Mcdonalds French fries under your car seat, will remain unchanged.

posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 03:04 AM
I believe that in a century, there will be a lot of people living on Mars, if not beyond there as well. Already, there are many volunteers for that one way colonization project.

posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 03:52 AM
We will have reached the singularity whereupon we create our own living simulation of the universe that we can access at our pleasure. Our understanding of quantum physics has gained us the ability to tap into the source code of our own simulation, this unlocks the barriers between dimensions and can now use our consciousness as a vehicle to traverse all the planes of existence. During a reconnaissance mission to discover our progenitors Secret Agent Bean causes a malfunction causing our simulation to terminate.
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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 11:22 AM
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I will also be 151 yrs old.

Earth has a Higher Vibrational Frequency resulting in the rise in our own V. F.'s.
I'm not trying to copy part of anyones Comm's here, but thought as our Frequencies have risen, now we have All gained the ability to Communicate with others Telepathically.

Cell Phone Companies and ALL other Huge Corperations that used to put out Comm Devices don't exist. Yes they were all Very Pissed! LOL!

Transportation vehicles aren't needed anymore as we can all go any where just by thinking of our destination (s). Meaning AnyWhere here on our Planet, as well as in the Universe. InterUniversal Travel will be Achieved as well. There are Trillions of Universes.

There is NO Pollution. Any Device and All Factories will be Powered by The Sun's Energy. The Robotic Run Factories only put out 3-D printers.

All items are created with 3-D Printers. They can Print AnyThing You desire on demand, Homes, Robots, Etc......

Body Organs will also be produced with These Printers. Cell by Cell, any Organ will be created.

We don't need to have jobs anymore. Robotic Systems run all Food Production. Planting, Harvesting, Etc.

No Doom and Gloom Here, as the Higher Frenquencies have eliminated AnyThing Negative.
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posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 03:31 AM
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I'll be the ripe young age of 130 in a century, hopefully by then I'll be kicking back with a scotch on the rocks, admiring the beautiful Martian sunset.

posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 05:45 AM
Vertical farms, hollowed out mountains, earth scrapers, (opposite of sky scrapers) continental shelves covered by the spoil from the hollowed out mountains, or even just use the whole mountain to fill the continental shelves. Eugenics will be practiced along with eugenics lawyers, really rich too, for those than can afford them.
The Luna surface totally devoid of any dust, which has long since been refined.
Wars fought in Antarctica for the oil, coal, etc.
If you cannot pay for it, you wont get it, food, water, medicens, roof over your head, clothing, education, there will be uneducated worker drones, and educated bosses.
Welcome to distopia.

posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 02:06 PM
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Look back about 4000 years and add some basic technology from the 21st century!
Like solar panels, wind turbines and water purification plants! I expect much of the
population to be comparable to 2000 BC! I expect there will be little law and order
except in large cities! Many people will be sterile most of the men which will be a small
percentage of the population. We may even go to the brink of extinction and may
even go that way! I expect there will be little clean water and food.

As for the Ecosystem.
I expect massive declines in species and most large mammals will be extinct! I believe the
insect populations to be mostly in decline as well as fish and bird species! I expect that much
of the oceans and inland seas will also be in decline because of overfishing and pollution!
I also expect plant populations to have a massive die off as well as the oxygen producing
plankton in our now declining oceans!

No I am not a pessimist but I see these things because this is the way our world seems to be
heading and I believe what I wrote above to be a very optimistic outlook! I look at it this way
If you keep taking small amounts of poison eventually there will be complications which will
ensue! So how can we expect anything different from what we have been doing for the past
seven decades! I am not a believer in the crazy notion that science will eventually save us from
ourselves. I believe in trends and we are trending towards destruction! Unless we stop the madness
of wasteful production we will cause a global catastrophe in one form or more! I have seen
the precipice of decline come closer to our feet year after year and we continue to live our
lives with a business as usual attitude! My mind fails to comprehend the reasoning behind
any of it! I feel the truth behind this is because of denial in truth due to cognitive dissonance
in the general public and massive greed in the ruling class! I could not think of any other reason
why things keep declining instead of improving.

When you ask me where we will be in 100 years I find it odd that most of us feel our species will
even be here by then and if we are will we still be who we are today or just a former shell of
what we once were? Then again considering our history maybe there could not be a better future
for our species then this!

posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 06:52 AM
In one hundred years Earth will have become a different, changed place.

It will be the period of man known as the naturally artificial time or the atrificially natural time.

3-D Printers will be household items, printing out clothes for the day, a mug for your coffee, and the textbook your dog ate.

Education will be one of the largest hobbies as people flock to schools like it is a social function in their heels and ties.

Style will dictate perceived class in a world the socialism seems the form of economics while capitalism rules space.

Space will be dotted with unmanned probes constantly collecting information about their local space and sending it to the Moon.

The Moon still has no atmosphere and it's one base is a network operations center for the artificial intelligence network computer system that guides all transportation and monitors the public phone calls just like the NSA does now.

Transportation is is bloom. There is no cost to transport anything except time thanks to desktop sized nuclear fusion reactors.

The World Army is a group of volunteers who fight terrorism where ever it creeps up. When a terrorist strikes the fleet fly to the site and take non lethal action without any oversight.

Justin Beiber and Mylie Cyrus have a baby, named Star.

The entire world is evenly populated as the rush of everyday life exited some 40 years prior when the only need for work was in service of helping people use technology or live without it.

Classes form based on the amount of technology people used in everyday life.

I am giving this 100 yr old thread a bump, sipping on a cup of coffee, 128 years old, looking as old as I do today thanks to nanobots and laser surgeries.

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