Artifical intelligence will not happen either. Thanks again for stopping by and commenting. Always nice to read your insightful and wise comments : Dutch84, thanks for visiting and commenting too. In Japan, teleportation is already realized by: Takashi Yamanoue, Kagoshima University, yamanoue cc. Cancer will still exist but will be a treatable disease. With the rise of populism and financial instability in Italy and Greece, it is hard to make provisions, but I think that businesses and the next generation of politicians in Europe will act to create United States of Europe. A century or more from now, it will likely have made cancer a thing of the past, as well as other genetic disorders ranging from cystic fibrosis to muscular dystrophy.
That - I don't see happening. That means more than changing a face or hair color. With a low oil price, Saudi Arabia will no longer exist as a state. The gap between regions and rich-poor people is too high to be ignored. I see all of the above and more being a reality 100 years in the future. This is what Earth could look like within 100 years if we do, barring huge leaps in renewable energy or carbon-capture technology.
People ask for more transparency and for more involvement in social causes. Experts not only get it wrong — they get it embarrassingly wrong. So you say they'll still be Communist, or when you say they'll be the equivalent as us, is that in freedoms? Household robots surpass cars as the most indispensable family purchase. I guess we can look at the future both ways - in a positive way or a negative way. We will be headed towards a world of equality and abundance.
But when you look at all of the worst, truly terrible ages in history, you also see that humanity found a way to rebound in almost every instance. Protecting biodiversity in a time of increased resource consumption, overpopulation, and environmental degradation will require continued sacrifice on the part of local, often impoverished communities. It would keep people off the streets and governments of troubles. I see that the world would be a far better place to live in, but would continue to have some of the same problems like terrorists and terrorism. For example, a 2070s hyper-drive vessel or 2080s warp-speed ship might reach Alpha Centauri four light-years away in just 30 days, or make the six-month trip to Mars in three hours. Not even for building houses - composite, unheard-as-of-yet materials have replaced wood. I am no Nostradamus but I'd try and do some crystal ball gazing on this one.
But that isn't the scary part, the scary part is people will then realise that really what makes us individuals is in fact mainly what's stored in our brains, and therefore what will stop them wanting to transfer all their memories to a younger donor body, which could potentially allow them to be immortal. Meanwhile there has been progress, if slow, towards working fusion reactors that produce tremendous amounts of energy think: the sun without the dangerous levels of radiation. Will they be covered in the replacement for plastic or something? Also, with your paper problem, I believe tablet computers are the way to go there. Well, possible, but not as likely as some other trends. Thank you for dropping by this hub wandererh. Some may choose to live almost exclusively in virtual worlds, ushering the era of virtual mind opioids.
By 2060, terraforming efforts provide pleasant atmospheres on off-world communities with breathable air and Earthlike gravity. Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website! In fatal accidents or acts of violence , consciousness and memories can be transferred into a new body, and victims simply continue life in their new body. Driverless cars have reduced auto deaths to near zero. Immigrants will not invade Japan in the next 10 years. You mean like, just by typing and saying sutff, like we do now? Well, let's just hope people don't get much ruder than they are and they don't get more dumber than some of them are!! Let's assume we land between those two targets. Except for violence and accidents, most people enjoy an indefinite life span. Trump's decision comes on the heels of the hottest year the world has seen - when scientists first started keeping global temperature logs - and the fifth annual heat record of the past dozen years.
In the 20th century, it was feared that English dialects were dying out with their speakers. On a planet-wide scale, that difference could mean millions of lives saved, or not. There are some indications already that California wants to split off and such pressures tend to build over time. That all might help us to continue 'evolving' and while we reach type 1 civilization by 2100 at that time new born humans will have lifespan of 140~ 150 , there will be not much need to support earth, no need for extreme birth, the population will probably not continue to grow and the powerfull spacecrafts will be built which will allow us to explore Mars completely and build habitation there. But, Trump was elected and all of that is now in jeopardy.
We could have the technology to improve even further the quality of life of the average human. Space tourism will also become a booming industry. In the online world, attitudes to consistency and correctness are considerably more relaxed: variant spellings are accepted and punctuation marks omitted, or repurposed to convey a range of attitudes. But it's a rapidly growing field. Ever give a thought as to what that intelligence will be like and what a future with such an intelligence would be like? International communication is as close as our fingertips. Source: Even 2015 was nothing compared with 2012, when 97 percent of the Greenland Ice Sheet's surface started to melt in the summer. Gay people might pick different options from heterosexual people, but everyone will be allowed any option.
Spanglish, a mixture of English and Spanish, , suggesting that this variety is emerging as a language in its own right. If we hope to limit some of the of climate change, we must make — and soon — to greenhouse gas emissions in electricity production, transportation, industrial work, farming, and. But I agree that better efficiency in the home will improve the quality of life. I don't see the entire population of the earth banding together any time soon. And now my dream: I want to live to see the very beginning of a new world, where we regrow what we lost, and we invest in the even more distant future of our planet through environmentally sound applied sciences. Robots will be doing simple tasks such as cleaning hospital floors ect,more like automated washers. At the same time, invasive species will fill niches, and our great-grandchildren won't know anything different.
I might be dead by then, but I believe in reincarnation Lastly, I don't want the future to be like that. Am glad too that you found this hub worthy enough to want to read it again!! So far, the brain has been a mystery to us. I believe we will solve many of the ecological problems that plague us as you said simply because we must. Other than this I believe this Atlantis would be more of less similar to the ways of life in the U. Successful if not necessarily sustainable development of the Arctic portends well for the development of Antarctica. I see that houses in the future have discarded the conventional heating systems employed by us now. I expect only 4 years of Trump, then I expect a left-wing president such as Bernie Sanders.