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No one can know it from now, but highly-regarded scientists (physicists, biologists, sociologists) who study the evolution of the society, human life and the world in general make such kind of predictions based solely on scientific data. This is how the world might look in 100 years from now, according to their publications in scientific journals.
Life 100 years ago From 1909, the world population soared from 1.7 to 6.4 billion people. Also the average life expectancy was only 47 years back then! There used to be a minimal amount of cars in the streets, people probably used to walk more often and just 8000 automobiles in the United States could be found there with only 144 miles of paved roads.If you had asked a brilliant man in 1017 what the world would be like in 2017 I think he would be as unlikely to come up with an answer that was correct as we would today. In those days having a sword made of steel was considered the be-all, end-a.Life in fifty years will be a lot different then it is now. In most peoples eyes they see the world having flying cars and floating houses but I believe the world will be more eco-friendly and organic. Lives will be saved, let it be humans or even animals. With new living styles, resolving health issues, and coming to world peace it can lead to happier and longer life spans for most.
Life is now better than it was 100 years ago. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? 40 minutes, 250 words at least. Answer: It is believed that people’s standard of living has now improved substantially in comparison with a century ago. I agree with this view because of advancements in communication and transportation.Read More
According to NASA, carbon dioxide levels are up to 412 parts per million as of December 2019, up from 316 ppm in 1958 when scientists first started tracking CO2. Global temperature was up 2.07 degrees Fahrenheit (1.15 degrees Celsius) since 1880, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Meanwhile, Arctic ice declines 12.85 percent per decade, and sea levels rise 3.3.Read More
Now it seem to be 1 extra billion people on earth every 10 years from now. Since the millennia, this one world footprint uses the equivalent of 1.3 Planet Earth to provide the resources we need today, while our pH neutral water sources are depleting fast due to industry, food, and population growth, and is firmly locked in a vicious cycle of demand -- One world one dream same nightmare.Read More
Comparing life today with life fifty years ago. Essay by angelkoal, High School, 12th grade, June 2003. 0 Like 0 Tweet. Comparing life today with life fifty years ago, there are many dramatic changes. There are new forms of media such as Television and the Internet. Family structures and emphasis on values today are nothing like what they were fifty years ago. Even people's life goals and.Read More
LIFE The Beatles: Then. Now. Forever. The Beatles never really left us, and have never ceased to be. Meet the Beatles! was the second Beatles album released in the United States, but it’s also what every generation has managed to do during the last half century: discover anew the music and the mythology of the Beatles.In 2018, McCartney’s album Egypt Station reached No. 1 on the Billboard.Read More
For the last one hundred or so years, the people of earth have wasted and misused the natural resources of earth. Several plans have been developed to stop the abuse of earth. Some of these plans I will discuss in this essay, many of which can be executed by any one. Environmental problems have become so complex that many individuals feel they can have no effect on them. Problems like oil.Read More
And a hopeful outlook on the U.S. economy—56 percent said it would be stronger in 2050 than it is now—came with a caveat: 86 percent said Americans would have to work into their 70s before.Read More
Now in its 14th year, this contest from Poetry, Prose and Plays is for short stories of between 1,500 and 3,000 words, poems of up to 50 lines, one-act plays with a performance time of up to 35 minutes, and vignettes running to no more than 300 words. Not many vignette contests about these days. This is because hardly anyone knows what a vignette is. You do of course, and in fact you probably.Read More
When you look at a flock of birds at the park you’re seeing a tiny snapshot in time. A few moments later, they will have flown away. In 10 years, many will have died and had offspring that. Perhaps the birds change the colors of their feathers in 100 years from now. The most basic aspect of the theory of evolution is that life is not stagnant.Read More
Race to the End of the Earth explored one of the most stirring tales in the annals of Antarctic exploration: the contest to reach the South Pole.This exhibition focused on the challenges that the two leaders—Roald Amundsen on the Norwegian side and Robert Falcon Scott on the British—faced as they undertook their separate 1,800-mile journeys from the edge of the Ross Ice Shelf to the South.Read More