A LETTER FROM MYSELF IN 2030
A LETTER FROM MYSELF IN 20304 mins 178 4 mins 178
What an impetuous and stunning change!!!
Now see, it was the year 2020 and spontaneously it is 2030 now. Lives in 2030 are very different from 2020. Living here in the earth is very different from my life in 2020; my habits have changed a lot; but I can state that even though my life has changed a lot I live better and don't have too many concerns. I can say that living in 2030 is awesome because I have some robots that do the housework and also there are cars that are able to fly, they are amazing. I went under the process, so I am able to live longer. Mostly, Social have big changes, there are no homeless people, because everyone have their own jobs. They only have to go to work 4 hours a day and 5 days a week. What is more, they are breakthroughs in technology that hold no less importance. Transportation is a lot easier than ever, because there are no traffic jams, no time is wasted in waiting for public transportation, and no fossil fuels are used. Flying cars have become popular, packages are delivered by drones, and magnetic levitation trains are traveling at supersonic speed. People's clothing have changed, too. We have self-cleaning clothes so there is no point in using washing machines. Suits, too, are able to change their colors, shoes can tighten themselves on their own and so do neckties.
Extreme discrepancies between “haves" and “have-nots" is decreasing globally, but they are increasing within individual countries. The global context is changing in ways that make such a world not only undesirable, but unsustainable too. Now that we have an increasing capacity to harm one another. The compendium predicts a proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. We are bombarded with information about the actions of others. It is comforting to think only that it will consist of “high-tech and communicative" houses, food that is “convenient, delicious, and healthy", and education provided by “superstar teachers". Satellite networks span every inch of the Earth and a trillion connected devices continuously deliver data to the cloud to be analyzed by artificial intelligence. The world needs at least 50 percent more food, 45 percent more energy and 30 percent more water than it did in 2020.
And who can forget about the E-waste - the most hazardous thing forever!! The world already has an electronic waste problem – 41.8 million tons were created in 2014, 7% from personal devices such as laptops and phones. We risk exacerbating this problem as sensors, chips, and other electronic components are deployed across more products and as higher incomes allow more people to access these technologies.
Now a days, India has surpassed China as the most populous country. Humans are estimated between approximately 7,800,000,000 (7.8 billion) and 8,500,000,000 (8.5 billion) people. Of the world's population, 60% lives in urban areas due to rapid urbanization. There are 41 megacities that collectively contains 9% of the world's population. Desalination have greatly increased in use. Tidal power provides 15% of the United States' electricity. It is a free, open-access publication that tracks global progress towards the SDGs and allows people around the world to hold their governments accountable to achieving the agreed goals. Business sees an erosion of centralized computing by the idea of BYOD [Bring Your Own Device]. There is a rise in ‘haptic technology’, which allows the controlling of technology through our brainwaves. That means surgeons can now perform brain and heart surgery from anywhere in the world or architects can visualize their own designs.
How can anyone ignore the ‘biological wars’ (BW)—also known as germ warfare!!! Indeed, the impact of biological weapons is so horrific. Countries worldwide is trying to get together to sign the Biological Weapons Convention, a treaty that bans the creation, storage and use of biological weapons. In a world filled with guns, missiles, tanks and nuclear weapons, how bad can a biological weapon attack be?
But, I can say that at this time there are five generations of my family living at the same time.