It’s true. Robots will eventually make your job obsolete—but that doesn’t necessarily mean the world’s end is nigh.
This not-so-positive prediction will focus on South American geopolitics as it relates to climate change between the years 2040 and 2050.
We’re all drug users. Whether it's booze, cigarettes, and weed or painkillers, sedatives, and antidepressants, experiencing altered states has been a part of the human experience for millennia.
By the end of this series, you’ll not only have a solid grasp over the digital trends transforming your life today, but also the ones coming out tomorrow that will make your grandchildren think you
Not all jobs will disappear during the coming robopocalypse. Many will survive for decades to come, all while thumbing their noses at the future robot overlords.
There’s an old saying I made up that goes something like this: You can’t have a food shortage without having too many mouths to feed.
If you’ve read the full Climate Wars series up to this point, you’re probably nearing a stage of moderate to advanced depression. Good! You should feel horrible.
The year is 2021. You’re driving down the highway on your daily commute. You approach a car that’s stubbornly driving at the max speed limit.
2046 - Beijing, China
Some people think property tax reform is an unbelievably boring subject. Usually, you would be right. But not today.
One hundred years ago about 70 percent of our population worked on farms to produce enough food for the country. Today, that percentage is less than two percent.
(Links to the entire climate change series are listed at the end of this article.)
Self-driving cars are the hype machines keeping the tech media on its toes.
The future of healthcare is moving outside of the hospital and inside your body.
This not-so-positive prediction will focus on Indian and Pakistani geopolitics as it relates to climate change between the years of 2040 and 2050.
Each year, 50,000 people die in the US, 700,000 worldwide, from seemingly simple infections that have no drug to combat them.
The year is 2027. It’s an unseasonably warm winter afternoon, and you walk into the last retail store on your shopping list.