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Back to the Future Oh Brave New World! Patricia Schoene
What will the world be like in 100 years?
What discoveries will be made in space exploration ? –
What changes will we see in medicine?
How will human reproduction change?
What changes will we see in technology?
What changes will we see in education?
What changes will we see in urban planning?
What changes will we see in transportation?
How will our economy change? Will “cash” become obsolete?
What new industries will emerge?
What will happen in international relations?
How will agriculture change?
How will societies change?
What social problems will we face?
What social problems will we solve?
What kind of future do we want?
Should we look into a crystal ball?
Or do we have the power to create the future that we want?
How will you create the future?
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