Exploring the future of science today, while looking back on the achievements from yesterday. Science fiction is science future.
More Beautiful is the Future
It was supposed to be a weekend assignment. Go, review, write, return. No more than three days of time… then back to Santiago and drink on the company dime. The assignment was a village in the hills of northern Chile in what was once mining country.
Top 10 Real Life Craziest Scientists
Thanks to today's technology and advanced understanding of every essential aspect. All these have made our lifestyle much easier than before. But who made this possible in reality?
Like fleas on a dog...
When things got heated in Europe and the Middle East over borders and such, everyone speculated about world war 3. It never happened though. When the pandemic of 2020 came and killed thousands, people thought this might be the thing that kills us all off, especially with variant after variant popping up. We got through it. But all the while things were at work. Natural disasters, fires, earth quakes, people blamed it on global warming. There were a few science fiction writers who saw it coming but didn’t actually think it was true. Fantasy they said, not actual truth. The Earth is trying to renew herself, some said. Well, the truth is she was trying to in a way. You see, it turns out we are the flea on her back and she is so frustrated with the havoc we have caused she is trying to shake us off, anyway she can. Fires and volcanos like fever fighting an infection. Earthquakes and magnetic polar shifts caused by Earth trying to shake us, scratch us off like a dog rolling and scratching to remove the cause of an awful itch. Viruses released like flea powder to kill us off. What’s next, a flea dip? Or, dare I ask, is there something worse?
The search for Clean Energy
Support power consumers, large corporations, municipal customers, and high-energy consumers with high clean energy to meet their affordable renewable energy needs. Encouraging renewable energy and using it at home to accelerate the transition to the future of clean energy. Although you can install solar panels, you should be able to select electricity from clean energy sources.
Love letter from the future
February 23rd 2050 Hello world, Today I am 100 years old and I am more in love with life on this planet than ever before. When I was born in 1950 the world was just getting over the Second World War and when I was 12 there was the Cuban Missile Crisis. I wondered a few nights running if I would wake up the next morning, but as fate would have it, I did and life flowed on for us all. When I turned 70 in 2020, the world experienced a global pandemic which turned war on its heels and from that point on it has become a mystifying ancient practice that no one born after 2025 can even comprehend.
The strive for a better life
Life can be best enjoyed when living the best life. The strive for a better life is one thing every human would want to have for themselves and their loved ones. No one wants to live a life not worth living. A life filled with chaos and disaster isn't anyone's prayer, so we tend to look out for any possible means to get our desired better lives. We look overall it will take for us to achieve and experience our best view or decision of life, we then go all out to seeing our dreams and aspirations fulfilled.
Augmented Reality - The Cure for Consumerism
“By all accounts, Prime Day was a massive success for Amazon, seeing massive revenue and profit growth year-over year.” It has almost become a post-Prime Day tradition for Amazon to announce record sales, and you would have been able to find some variation of that statement since the massive online retailer launched the “holiday” in 2015. In 2021, some analysts were disappointed that they estimated sales rose “only” 7% (note that even such an apparently disappointing figure represents an increase of hundreds of millions of dollars). Meanwhile, the latest hard figures released by the company show that they release over 50 metric tons of CO2 in a year, about as much as 13 coal-burning power plants. In a society that is increasingly aware of the impacts of climate change, how do we rectify our seemingly insatiable hunger for consumer goods with the need to reduce the damage we’re doing to the environment? What if I told you the short answer was: “we don’t need to”?
Time is of the esscence
There is no telling the irrevocable damage I was doing by coming here. One person seeing me or one simple item out of place could potentially alter the future forever, to what extent I have no idea. I mean the very reason you are here now is because two people fell in love, or maybe it wasn’t love at all but a fling or a one night stand. Regardless, those two people that created you met for a reason, one small thing out of place could completely change the interaction and obliterate you from existence in the process.
Take a Deep, Deep Breath
Sometimes I lay on my back atop the mattress of my bed, with the lights off, and I stare at the ceiling fan as the blades rotate in a 360-degree angle. With my head back and my feet hovering just above the carpet, I lay perfectly still and imagine my feet are dangling over a ravine. Whenever I decide to do this, my mind works to portray what it would be like if I had the chance to actually visit a gorge, to actually live my life at my own liberty, and not someone else’s. Where I reside, it is required that people as young as myself are accompanied by a therapist until they reach the age of 18. The assigned therapist makes a living off of forming almost every opinion, decision, and idea for their forced patient. Being that I only recently turned 16, I have 2 years until I can lead a life of my own. For now, I must continue to live by the regulations of my therapist, Imogen.
The Future is Fabulous
Oh I know, the world is full of doom and gloom right now ... fears of climate change, the covid global pandemic and even zombie apocalypses make the list today. So what the heck am I doing writing about fabulous futures then! Who am I to give a green light to something awesome emerging from what seems to be a dirge of disasters?
What will life be like in 2050?
Small chips are inserted into our bodies at birth, and at the same time, the umbilical cord is cut. People give birth to babies in their laboratories in their living rooms that look like fish tanks. They will have children on board, said Faith Popcorn.
The search for distant moons
In 1655, Christiaan Huygens pointed a self-constructed telescope at Saturn. The Dutch astronomer wanted to verify his assumption that the planet was surrounded by a single fixed ring whose orientation changed over the years. In the process, Huygens discovered the giant moon, Titan. Henceforth, Saturn was the third planet, along with Earth and Jupiter, of which a satellite was known. Today we know: Moons are even more common in our solar system than planets.