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Charts, Graphs, and Statistics Of The Future

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A lot of these feel misplaced.

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A lot of these feel misplaced.

Absolutely. Asteroid mining is probably the most blatant. And wtf are "new materials"? Maybe I'll roast this in detail later.


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A lot of these feel misplaced.

Absolutely. Asteroid mining is probably the most blatant. And wtf are "new materials"? Maybe I'll roast this in detail later.

 

 

Asteroid mining has low potential for societal disruption and apparently we will have space elevators long before asteroid mining becomes feasible. In fact we will be just starting to mine asteroids at the point where we have "whole earth virtualisation", "force Fields", "shapeshifting matter" and "Reactionless Drives". 

 

More detailed version here:

https://www.imperial...echnologies.pdf

Apparently even things on the far left of the time axis are going to be 20+ years out if they're at the top of the list, basically top right is most distant, bottom left is most imminent. Time axis is... confusing? Things in the same "time column" will not have anywhere near the same time estimates.

 

Smart glasses and smart contact lenses are one technology even though we have smart glasses now, and smart contacts are likely decades away. 



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A lot of these feel misplaced.

Absolutely. Asteroid mining is probably the most blatant. And wtf are "new materials"? Maybe I'll roast this in detail later.

Don't forget to roast the misspellings.

"Human cloning & de-extintion"


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The graphs are found in this article:

 

Limits to Growth was right. New research shows we're nearing collapse


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Another reminder of the human footprint... (red = flights, blue = ships, green = roads, yellow = lights)

 

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