People will be healthier longer, perhaps because their aging body parts will be replaced with fresh ones. Commercial airline was yet to start in full swing. Also on that note if uve ever seen it people wont want to live forever. In addition to what I've stated above, I see that we've progressed significantly - technologically speaking. 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!! Those types of abnormalities will start happening a lot more. Putting a price on air, wow.
I'd like to point here that I am not talking just about intelligence in terms of programmable memory or doing specific functionalities, but rather it being close to or surpassing humans as a whole, to the point that it becomes a threat to humans. We are now further away from the planning of the fastest aircraft ever built than its engineers were from the Wright brothers. In a hundred years, we will have smart enough programs that will drive cars, fly planes, navigate ships, operate on human bodies and do house works like cooking and laundry. Even a sea-level rise below 3 feet 0. And if we do fancy staying in our own planet we could have our personal holiday home ready-stocked with all our possessions dropped off at any destination by a drone. Temperature anomalies — or how much the temperature of a given area is deviating from what would be 'normal' in that region — will swing wildly.
What will the world look like in 50 years? Under our best-case scenario, half of all tropical coral reefs are still threatened. For starters, what will the be like? Space Exploration In 1,000 Years Humanity has not kept its feet on the ground and, whether it be to the limits of the Earth or our own biology, we are always on a quest to discover and explore our world, and the space beyond it. This is what the Earth could look like within 100 years if we do, barring huge leaps in renewable energy or carbon-capture technology. I'm already the student council president for my school and I have tons of great ideas including the unification of world countries, such as talking with Canada and maybe merging the U. The technology though, I believe, can be developed in the future. Which lands will be swallowed up by rising sea levels? Even a little bit of warming will likely strain water resources.
It's just that it doesn't feel natrual. Sorry for this enormous post! Let's assume we land between those two targets. That comes from what has happened since you wrote this very thoughtful essay. Mental and brain related illness are cured. I agree most of our energy production will come from renewable sources, solar being a big contributer. Similar developments may be traced today in the use of English around the globe, especially in countries where it functions as a second language. Still, who can stop asteroids and comets from colliding with the Earth? I think climate changes, and access to drinking water as well as rare metals will shift powers in the world.
Combined with thermal expansion of the oceans, this scenario could mean seas rise an estimated 25 meters or 82 feet higher in 10,000 years. There are now 40 million people with careers in social entrepreneurship, with more than 200 million volunteers lending a helping hand. And the competition between China and the U. I see that amputees don't exist anymore - they are able to regenerate practically all body parts through biological advances made in the future. I do believe that there is another planet and there are civilization on that planet to whom we call aliens.
Bringing me to my point of future space exploration. The one sentence will still hold better to be rich and healthy then sick an poor. Look at Europe and the Euro, that was a decent way that they started being closer together. Will there be something to replace paper,t oo? Also, I really hope China won't get more powerful than us. But average surface temperature alone doesn't fully capture climate change. Teachers will become facilitators and students will teach themselves.
Our relationship between our 2 wonderful nations is the closest on the planet. There is no doubt you will peruse our Top Ten list with all kinds of skepticism, and you certainly should be; these are perhaps some of the most radical ideas about the future yet. Has your school implemented a 1:1 program yet? Your talent is so big, your knowledge and intelligence as well, I appreciate that very much. That decision came on the heels of the hottest year the world has seen — when scientists started keeping global temperature logs — and the fifth annual heat record of the past dozen years. And that that intelligence will rapidly evolve to far surpass our intelligence? Thus far, we haven't biologically integrated with technology, but seems only logical that future humans would look to harness technology to their advantage. With the climate and technology changing so quickly, what will Earth be like for your grandchildren? People can live forever in cyberspace by downloading their collective memories and experiences onto the information superhighway. But one thing I don't see as being an advance or an improvement is the advance in technology you talk about.
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. Solutions To Energy And Environmental Concerns? Believe me your website is superb, love it. However these services were expensive and not everyone could afford a railway journey in a reserved compartment or make a phone call over the telephone. That is predicted to happen around 2045. It seems on the surface, especially to someone in the U. Sorry, but for me, that's a rather crappy lifestyle to look forward to.
I love this idea of imagining life and technology in 1000 years. When people think of the future, they tend to think of the planet Earth, and the mark we are leaving on its oceans and forests, and the havoc we have brought to it. Global political policy will be much more diplomatic and immigration, business and settlement in different countries will be much more easier. But how might the physiological features of human beings change in the future, especially as new, wearable technology like Google Glass change the way we use our bodies and faces? Asia will be at the pinnacle of its power with China at the top and India shortly after. Meanwhile stem cell therapies could help us grow new organs and even limbs.