Questions for the Future to Ask Pt 1 and part 2
The future is what lies even ahead of us today. Great minds, athletes, artists, musicians, and the building blocks await. Under this, questions that the future will sooner have to ask for the far future should be asked.
1. Is time travel safe enough and possible? If possible, how should we use it?
Time travel can be a problem if discovered. Imagine yourself killing your past self in the time machine. Once you kill him, time has changed. You are now just in bones. Why? Because now you weren’t alive to see your adulthood because you killed your childhood self. So, this brings us back to the question: Is time travel safe enough? Maybe not, if we cannot create a glass wall between the past and the present.
2. Can we live in a different planet?
This question is the same as: Is there life on a different planet? Scientists have found many choices: Mars, Europa, a moon near Jupiter, or somewhere not in the solar system, but the first thing we need to prove is life on the planet. Worlds like the earth cannot live without life. Is there life somewhere else? Scientists will have to find out.
3: Can the communist government be destroyed?
Can communism live in the future? Most communist countries have dictators for their leader, putting one leader in charge of many. The USA have been the leader of democracy, and can they force the world to be a democracy? If USA presidents can step up and do their business, maybe. Again, it’s up to the world’s choices to find out who wins, and who loses, communism or democracy.
4. How will technology affect our lives?
Technology really is a factor in our everyday lives. It’s what makes a computer a computer, and it makes a phone a phone. Are we overusing it? Maybe not. Maybe so. There’s a chance that people will substitute relationships face to face to technology will appear. The fact is that we have to stop using technology all the time. The future’s traits will decide this outcome.
5. Can we stop deflation?
Deflation is a problem, especially when you want to buy something when you are poor. It’s hard to do that when prices are higher than ever before. If people can step up, it could be possible. The fate of the outcome lies on the people’s choices.
6. Can we save the world from extinction?
The world is in peril, speaking of the extinction of animals, and what if we are next? Maybe the world will be extinct by trash. It’s a problem, but people today are trying to solve that, by reducing, reusing, and recycling. People know it, and people will need to put into action, and fast, or the whole world will not live… Ever… Again…