Probable Futures Directory : The World timelines
Enlisted here are some of the futures we believe shall unfold . Taking into view the historical inventions and discoveries , their historical impact , their extrapolated impact , the projected timelines are calculated for human status in future .
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Humanity Timeline — 2050
- By mid-century there will likely be 9 billion people on the planet, consuming ever more resources and leading ever more technologically complex lives.
- What will our cities be like?
- How will we eat?
- Will global warming trigger catastrophic changes, or will we be able to engineer our way out of the climate crisis?
- Demographic changes will certainly be dramatic.
- The majority of the people in the world will live in urban areas, and will have a significantly higher average age than people today.
- Urbanization trends will reinvent the education system, making our economy less real estate driven and erasing the divisions between home and work.
- And rapidly advancing technology will continue ever more rapidly.
- Cities of the future won’t look like “some sort of science-fiction fantasy,” but it’s likely that “discreet, unobtrusive” technological advances and information overlays will change how we live in significant ways.
- We will also have a so-called “smart grid” where all of our appliances are linked directly to energy distribution systems, allowing for real-time pricing based on supply and demand.
- Meanwhile, the Internet will continue to radically transform media, destroying the traditional model of what a news organization is. The most common kinds of news organizations in the future will be “individuals and small alliances of individuals” reporting and publishing on niche topics.
- Advances in technology will make us more empowered, motivated and active, rather than mindless consumers of information and entertainment.
- Technological threats could endanger much of the openness that we now enjoy online.
- Some predictions are downright dire. If we don’t make major strides in combating global warming, it’s likely we could see out-of-control rises in sea levels, enormous crop shortfalls, and wars over increasingly scarce freshwater resources. But information technology may yield some optimism for our planet as services like Google Earth have the potential to turn everyday people into ocean conservationists.
- In the financial world, things will be very different indeed . Many of the financial products being sold today, like over-the-counter derivatives, will be illegal—judged, accurately, by regulators to not be in the best interests of consumers.
- We will live longer and remain healthier not routinely live to be 120, but it’s possible that we will be able to extend wellness and shorten decline and disability for people as they age.
- HIV/AIDS epidemic will still be with us, but we will know a lot more about the virus than we do today—and therapies will be much more effective.
- Health care industry has a “huge opportunity” to change the way it communicates with patients by conceiving of individual health in relation to happiness.
- In terms of how we will eat, green markets and “real food” will be in demand . There will be more small slaughterhouses, more small creameries, and more regional food operations—and we’ll be healthier as a result.
- People will eat fewer processed foods, and eat foods grown closer to where they live.
- More people will clue into the “ethical responsibility” to grow and preserve land-raised farm systems.
- And what will our culture be like? We may not get rid of racism entirely in the next 40 years, but the issue of race will become “much less significant,”even as the issue of class may rise in importance. It’s even likely that we’ll see a black pope.
- There will be fewer people in prison in 2050, because we will realize that the current high levels of incarceration are out of sync with our history and values.
- Unless the countries of Europe figure out how to accommodate Muslim immigrant populations, there will be more riots, and increasing divisions along economic, religious and ethnic lines.
- Hyper connected society and companies
- Death of competition
- Humans Transformation
- Smart Skin
- Reverse Aging
- Technology for mobility , transportation and travel
- The science is abundance
- Life progression
Humanity Timeline — 2100