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I want to see proof of life existing someplace other than earth. It doesn't have to be intelligent life, just life of some sort.
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Interstellar travel, I wanna be a space pirate
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I think mostly self-driving cars? o.o

And um... Solar airplanes!
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I'll probably love to see full flesh android... wait not made out of flesh, but you get the drill.

On the other side there is that super nova we will be able to see in 5 years, that will be pretty cool.
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Zenpie wrote:

virtual reality porn


WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH LADDY
Posted 3/7/17 , edited 3/7/17

Elk_Whisperer wrote:


Zenpie wrote:

virtual reality porn


WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH LADDY


About to give senpai the creampai
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I want to see fully self-sustaining cities
Rapid expansion of vertical farming to provide more people with more food
And I want to see a rapid change in the government and school system
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I want to see myself bleed until I die, should be fun
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martin12165 wrote:

I want to see myself bleed until I die, should be fun ;)


what the heck
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I am not a "normal" person, sorry.
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A cure for the cancer please
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kata89 wrote:
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And I want to see a rapid change in the government and school system


That is happening right now.


I'd like to see us colonize Mars.
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HateKillingCamels wrote:

For us to go back to cavemen.


Why would you want that lol
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zeymort wrote:


kata89 wrote:
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And I want to see a rapid change in the government and school system


That is happening right now.


I'd like to see us colonize Mars.


No it's not. We're seeing a shift in management, not a change in government.
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Destruction of all powerplants, factories, radio & satellite communications, and digital databases, so that people would actually have to rely on themselves and each other, and help out some.


Seconded^^^ between ridiculous population growth and furthering longevity (half of the people posting on this saying they want even more longevity) I think it's only a matter of time before we can't sub-stain our infrastructure as we operate now. In U.S. alone we already use more electricity then we produce, our power grid is a mess, with more products and facets of life going digital all the time with ever growing demanding need for absurd amounts electricity.

It's as Bill Gates has said when speaking of investing in energy innovations no matter how many wind turbines or solar fields we can construct currently we need a storage miracle to have the ability to store the amount of electrical energy required to replace our current power generation. That's why even solar fuels look more promising even though they are only in baby steps of development because at least we have the capability of, tanks, and pipe lines to store large cashes of liquid fuel. Most people seem to only understand an eighth of how dependent we are on fossil fuels for every part of our day to day lives as they only seem to ever consider our consumption of gasoline in vehicles.

From food to personal high-gene to all matter of goods produced in plastic, to all that automation most are waiting to see all takes irreplaceable oil from the ground. And that's just the problems with energy to sub-stain so many people not even getting into food supply and complete dependency on mass food production. Not to mention how can we maintain work and lively hood for the populous with all that automation. I think it'll go the way the late Carl Sagan predicted

"We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology. This is a clear prescription for disaster."
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