Where is our world headed?

I couldn’t think of a better way to start this site off than with an article about the future. The future in America, the future in the world, the future in technology, innovation, engineering, biomechanics, literally everything. Where will we be in 30, 50 or even 100 years? What type of information and technology will be available to us? Who will have the next best idea that seems o so simple when it is mentioned yet no one else can think of it? Who will be the next Steve Jobs or Elon Musk? Who, who who? These are all topics that get my blood flowing every time I begin to think about what the world and its people really are capable of.

Will we be making frequent trips to Mars just because we have access to do so if we’d like? (See video below for the latest breaking news about Mars).

Will the Earth even still be around in 100 years? Will our grandchildren be the one to change the world?

These are all questions that will be answered eventually and I hope this website stays up long enough to do so.

In my opinion, anything is possible as technology keeps developing the way it has lately. Where would we be without the internet? To think that the World Wide Web as we know it today was only created 32 years ago. To think in another 40-50 years from now there will, more than likely than not, be another ground breaking invention…But what will it be? Floating cars? Houses in space? Or perhaps, forget physical phones, we will have phones we see in our mind.

Okay maybe I went a bit too far in my last one but heck, where do we draw the line? Will robots being taking over the work force? Or will us as humans just become the ultimate humans and never make mistakes (yeah right).

I know these are a bunch of questions, but my goal for this post was to spark a little debate and create a little idea in one of your heads to become the next best inventor.

Become the next household name, become a leader in our world and create change. Stay tuned for more delightful posts.

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