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TOMORROW’S WORLD: A GUIDE TO THE NEXT 150 YEARS – Banoosh

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What do you think the world will be like in the next 150 years? Here’s an infographic constructed from predictions of scientists, thinkers and pundits.

View on Banoosh: http://banoosh.com/blog/2013/01/05/tomorrows-world-a-guide-to-the-next-150-years/

BBC FUTURE_non-editable-flat

From BBC (bbc.com)

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Author: Garrett S.

I am a writer, researcher, and 3D CG generalist, who developed a strong penchant for meditation and spiritual practices. I've incorporated that background into my current work manning the helm in directing my own personal animated projects, most notably of which is my "Mr. G" series, and "The Ville".

2 thoughts on “TOMORROW’S WORLD: A GUIDE TO THE NEXT 150 YEARS – Banoosh

  1. I think we will begin to understand the mechanism of cell division, which will enable us to cure many diseases. There is a biological, entropic clock, which may be linked to the world of cell division… We will understand that as humans, we have several universal genetic obstacles to learning, which must enter an education in order to bring it to a higher level. I’m thinking of the following: problems with long term reasoning, since we cannot predict all possible outcomes of any single interaction; denial, which interferes with our ability to solve problems; seduction by the word image, which makes us endow words such as freedom, country, religion, power, etc. with strong emotional overtones. This is how cults, some political leaders, and advertising interferes with our reasoning faculties… We will learn that the historical process is made up of a series of reactions and counter reactions, whose variables we will begin to understand better. Such are my predictions for a future world, maybe…

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