Earth is succumbing to famine due to blight and drought resulting from climate change, the depletion of resources, and overpopulation. A global pandemic is wiping out less-developed nations. In the United States, the vulnerable poor, working poor, and lower middle class, especially the elderly, are dying from a lack of access to affordable, quality healthcare. Amidst all of this, political conservatives, convinced they are living in the end-times, are stunned when members of a cult that worships the late author, Kurt Vonnegut, vanish without a trace.
Honestly, I'm not going to say this theory is completely credible. I was having a long night recently, and suddenly had some wild ideas. This is one of the ones I wrote down. Stepping back, I realize that this theory could not be proven, but by statistics, it works. So before clicking out of this article, hear me out.
Futurologist, social engineer, inventor, industrial designer - Jacques Fresco has left a legacy this is nevertheless resentful and fashionable around the arena. His utopian designs are questionable in many approaches, but in a few locations, they may be greater logical than within the international civil community. What's the cause in the back of such warmed conversations regard simultaneously?
“I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve (or save) the world and a desire to enjoy (or savor) the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.”
Machines in the future will be available in all types including evil. Yes, these machines will include the super-advanced cyborg that will be designed to serve mankind. Not that we don’t have any evil machines nowadays, but the cyborg will up the game because they will eventually be controlled by the mind. How horrible is that!
The memories started coming and I couldn’t stop them. Gradually, over time, one might say insidiously but not in a negative way, the memories overtook me and finally they had to be expressed. It started with a vision of the Playing Cards as a system of aligning and harmonizing the modern world.
Most, if not all super powers give the individual an advantage over the rest of humanity. If someone woke up with superpowers, perhaps after a classic lab experiment or awakened mutant D.N.A, how would their day go and what would they do with their new found power? Whatever they choose to do with it depends on their abilities. X-ray vision could help a doctor find an injury or assist the police in a crime scene. But, having an ability like techopathy instantly makes that individual the most powerful being on the planet. Such beings with extraordinary abilities may have a tremendous influence on our world. That may range from becoming a beacon of hope to being the physical embodiment of the apocalypse.
We've been engineering life for thousands of years through selective breeding. We never knew how it worked until we discovered DNA
We as humans are frail and vulnerable, especially our bodies, in which everyday diseases and accidents take away parts of us: whether it is a hand, a leg, or even a heart. So what if I told you that our future relies on humanity transforming into cyborgs? The definition of cyborgs today is a rare word to be known or referred to, but in the future, cyborgs will be our new definition of humanity. This theme first came to my mind when I first watched several movies, like Mr. Nobody, I, Robot and a few Black Mirror episodes, that inspired the idea for me to create my own prediction of how we, as humans, will look like, and how our world will evolve. Cyborgs are fictional or hypothetical people whose physical abilities are extended beyond normal, human measures by mechanical elements built into the body. As an 18-year-old girl living in the 21st century, it is fair to say that our world is not like 20 or 50 years ago. Every day, science and technology experiences life-changing breakthroughs, whether it is the development of prosthetic hands that sense touch, thought-controlled bionic legs and noses that smell diseases, which will be definite by around 2050. That is only 32 years away. When I'm 50, the world I will be living in as an adult will be excessively different from the one that I had lived in as a teenager. Therefore, for this theme I decided to manipulate my own models on Photoshop and create my own visual prediction on human cyborgs, changing their skin color, their hair color and maneuvering our current idea of a normal physical appearance, to a more futuristic evolvement.