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What will you be doing on Friday, January 1st, 2100?


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I don't know what will happen but I know I intend to look up at the Waning Gibbous moon and sing 'So long and thanks for all the fish'.

 

That's so funny ))



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Committing genocide on the unfit genetrash!

 

Huh?

 

As for me, I'm going to party like it's 2090.


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Well, I think like most people, I'm going to be drunk off my ass partying like its 1999. It's New Years for Christs sake.

 

I won't be 105 until July of 2100.

 

I'll probably be thinking back on all of the technological progress we've made.  Revisiting memories and remembering New Year's Eve 2000 and the new millennium.

 

When's your birthday? Mines July 5th (right after independence day so I get to party 2 days in a row :) ) Go Cancers!


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I always wonder what people will do for fun in 2100... it may be all different from now



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I always wonder what people will do for fun in 2100... it may be all different from now

 

With virtual reality? The selection will be a lot larger than it is today.



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I will probably be in VR with my guild making an awesome new year party!


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I will be one of the following: dead; hooked up to IV feeding me nutrients while in FIVR; or partying in a session IRL.
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Fighting to the death with packs of mutant children for scraps of food in what was once the United States, thanks to The Great World Collapse of 2093.


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Fighting to the death with packs of mutant children for scraps of food in what was once the United States, thanks to The Great World Collapse of 2093.

That would make a awesome movie. 


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I imagine virtual reality will be different from how we manage today.



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I'll be 2% finished with a Sunn O))) album.


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I envisage VR in 2100 being indistinguishable from reality in all but possibilities, which of course would be limitless. Have an old photo of the hottest girl in school that you wish you could be with? VR can do that for you. Want to be Iron man and fight along side the teenage mutant ninja turtles to save the world from an evil alliance of Godzilla and Megatron? VR can do that :) AI would feed memories and thoughts directly from your brain to provide the story, the CG visuals would make your thoughts a reality that you could not distinguish from the real world. 

 

Ofcourse some people may provide a better structured story than others and some may end up giving themselves heart attacks when they accidentally kill themselves in the virtual world, which wouldn't be a problem because your reciprocytes would allow you time to get to a hospital before your organs run out of oxygen. Or you'd have a treatment room/device in your house/flat. Or your built in nano machines would repair the damage done to your system and "reboot" you :)

 

As for me?

 

I'll be flying along side Storm as an X-man with Jean's level of telekinetic abilities but with the added advantage that I can fully control them.


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Correction, I'll be 1% finished with a Sunn O))) album. I miscalculated the number of songs.


When you say "this is overrated" do you mean "I think this sucks?"

When you say "the majority hate it" do you mean "I hate it?"


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I will show off my transhuman skills at rtdax face xD

 

In all seriouseness I probalby will be in FIVR, or partying in real life.


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I always wonder what people will do for fun in 2100... it may be all different from now

 

Maybe, but people will still socially party and get fucked up for celebrations. With increased intelligence or not, nobody wants to constantly be in deep thought or be highly-aware of their surroundings at all times. The future seems to never be as dramatic as we predict it.


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I won't be 105 until July of 2100.   I'll probably be thinking back on all of the technological progress we've made.  Revisiting memories and remembering New Year's Eve 2000 and the new millennium.

You can remember NYE Y2K?
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Either:

 

-Have my ashes be scattered in various places throughout the world
-Still be crygenically preserved

-Be dancing with my wife and/or with another female relative (or other female relatives) of mine as we are celebrating New Year's Eve, 2100



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More realistically though I'll be gone by 2050 because of some heart disease or something. I've always had terrible health.

Well, you can still try getting yourself cryogenically preserved just to be safe.






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