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In 1000 years, how much has society changed?!
Posted 9/21/13
Men are women and women are men.
Posted 9/21/13
> Humans fear death.
>> Humans create societies (Safe havens to avoid the former).
>>> Humans now fear social death / are terrified of being thrown out of those safe havens.
>>>> Humans then put on masks whenever they are with other people.
>>>>> Humans even begin believing that they are the mask that they wear.

What has changed about societies? Nothing.
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Posted 9/21/13
Watch "Straight Title Robot" ...
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Not very much overall. The social revolution has yet to actually occur. People still assume power over others. It has been the same for thousands of years. It continues to be the same even now.

One of these years society will realize the way to fix all the problems of the world by working together. That point in time where race is unimportant. Nationality is less about who you are and only where you grew up. And when communication is valued more than brute force everywhere in the world.

But it is not this day. I don't expect it to appear in my lifetime.
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Posted 9/21/13 , edited 9/21/13
I don't think humans will be around in 1000 years due to a combination of overpopulation causing resources to run out, and pollution.
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Posted 9/21/13
People will be large lump of fat, an die young. Do to all the technology that making life to easy. You can see it today large massive moving lard soon they want be able to move with out a motorize transportation.
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Posted 9/21/13
heh people are answering future, but I'm going with past ><

Immesurably. The world has changed to an almost unimaginable degree in the last 30 years, and the rate is only increasing.

Even 500 years ago, we had things like the Pope and Suleiman the Magnificent having crown compeitions and all kinds of whacky king crap.
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Posted 9/21/13 , edited 9/21/13
If your talking about the human being in general then they have become worst I think
There is now very little to no trust with people and each other
I also think that now people can have alot more friends but are also alot more lonely
or something like tht
I hate the world ==

Oh but if something like gargantia or new world happens tht be cool
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Posted 9/21/13
Which society?
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Posted 9/21/13
In 1000 years people will still be buying copy/paste Call of Duty games every year and ''new'' iPhones every 6 months.
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Posted 9/21/13

AshRandom wrote:

Which society?


Doesn't really matter to me which society.
Posted 9/21/13
Every body is gunna weigh 160 lbs. Male and females .. wassup
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Posted 9/21/13
Well a lot has changed on a cultural level. Rise of Christianity, Islam, and the vast expansion of trade networks. Colonization, the end of empires (although a few do remain). More democracy across the globe. Advancement of technology.

At the end of the day though, are we really any better? Sure, in some ways such as science we definitely are. But overall, I don't think humanity as a whole has changed one bit. The horrors of the 20th Century keep me humble.
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Posted 9/21/13

dankuuwut wrote:

What has changed about societies? Nothing.


I agree completely.
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Posted 9/21/13
Despite all the changes society may or may not have experienced, we are still largely a culture divided between the 'have's and the 'have not's.
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