Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JaZzPrImE74, Sep 24, 2015.
Cure for fatal diseases and disorders.
The cure to all diseases.
The end to all stupid controversies that happen.
I get to meet all my favourite VA's.
Space colonization most definietly
World peace (I can dream)
Cure to Cancer
Hm. I'd like to see a legitimate form of renewable energy that we can utilize in day-to-day life. Woman president would be pretty cool. I'm really excited about the advancements made in artificial limb tech too, I can't wait to see nerve endings come to fruition.
i just want to see my nieces, nephews, sons and daughters grow up to be good people and be happy. that's it.
Star Wars 7.
A live-action film/series of DBZ.
The use of cloning techniques to revive endangered/extinct species.
Flying crafts as general transport.
End of Terrorism
All of Humaning become Immoral
Another Great President
Founding a Earth-like Planet with Alien Life on it
I'm sure you'll see the first one very soon in a few months....
Dude the new Metallica album.
Led Zeppelin tour.
All the things we hope for are too much to ask for, but for me, if there's one thing I want, it would be progress. Progress of any kind, be it towards peace, being more eco friendly, or reaching for the stars, I'd take anything that gives me hope.
Also what I'm NOT hoping for, is another world war. That's the last thing we need right now as a species.
An atheist or agnostic POTUS.
A non internal combustion power source for cars that has range similar to current gas powered vehicles, and similar fillup times.
I'm too twisted for my responses to be anything close to serious or realistic ones, but I'd still think it'd make this world a lot more interesting (at least to me) if they actually happened:
A joint killer whale/dolphin uprising against human interlopers.
The first brain transplant.
Legally-sanctioned and televised prison death-sports.
A global graffiti outbreak.
A space virus that turns all humans into insectoids - all the upper faculties stay, just the chassis gets bugged out. And yes, that includes me too, I'm game.
Couldn't care less about peaceful alien contact, cures for all diseases, flying cars, a non-sequel-or-remake-dependent Hollywood, etc. because somebody would eventually just **** it up for everybody.
All of this plus affordable Hover boards and Hover Bikes
Most may think im joking, but honestly i am not.
My generation has come up with some stupid shit:
The coining of the word "selfie"
and countless other stupid things.
So.....one big event id love to see is for adults to whip my generation into shape (figuratively and literally whip them.) Strip them of all technology, beat them with their own selfie sticks.
Some of my generation has their shit together, the rest.......well, i know who'd i'd double cross the hell out of in the inevitable robot apocalypse.
I hate to admit but yeah i could agree.
Maybe the next generation will rebel and they'll be smarter?
ive lost touch with many on my cousins in the last 10 years and most already have kids of their own. i got a chance to know these new little relatives over the summer, oldest just had his 15th birthday and is great in sports and rocks a fro. just like i did in middle school. i care for them all but not like my youngest sister's kid. he's is a huge fan of the Minions
i hope someday i'll have children of my own and watch these young generation make something of themselves.
Advanced robotics (including transformers). I think it's possible, too, considering this robot. It seriously looks like science fiction in the way it balances itself and handles unique terrain.
Anything that sees us move closer to colonizing space. That is the only chance humanity has to survive indefinitely.
A massive shift in the American military - both the internal culture and its utilization by our government. Detail would probably violate the political ban, and it's a pipe dream regardless.
Personally - Haley's Comet, in 2063. I'll be 82, which is a stretch for me.
It'd be nice to see Hayley's Comet.
I'll be probably around 70 when it happens.
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