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The world in 1,000 years
If we could fast-forward 1,000 years in to the future, what would life be like on planet Earth ?
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#1 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 14:45
We'd have a handful of special reserves or "parks" where the rich could pay and see a real, live, tree .......
#2 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 15:06
The way the human race is going I don't think we will make another hundred years let alone a thousand years. We seem to be getting more selfish and intolerant of each other every year.
#3 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 15:34
Let's hope that much of the world will be habitable in non irradiated zones. By then, we'll probably negate fallout through some form of advanced tech though, so who knows.
#4 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 15:51
We'll all be sitting complaining about the weather and cursing politicians.
#5 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 15:59
Get off my lawn, you little mutan...er kids!
#6 Posted by
on 15 May, 2017, 16:44
That seems like a good guess.
#7 Posted by
on 16 May, 2017, 4:22
In One Thousand Yrs , we will either be controlled , by religion , politics , technology , ( borg , startreck ) , powers that be , media , the combination of all , to varing degrees , the " new world order " . Or we have the freedom of our intellect .
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