What do you think the world will be like 100 years from now
January 27, 2007 6:06pm CST
What do you think the world will be like 100 years from now..Will cars have wings or will people shoot through one place to another through some kind of vaccum system..Or will anyone be around in 100 years..Will we destroy each other before then?? What do you think the world will be like in one century?
• United States
9 Feb 08
I sure hope we don't destroy each other before then but things aren't looking very promising right now, are they? I think maybe the Jetsons lifestyle will finally be a reality in 100 years, if humanity survives. I hope I live to see flying cars, therefore an end to traffic jams, but I kind of doubt that I will. Annie
13 Oct 08
Wow! I'd love to be a fly on the wall in a hundred years just to see the changes in the world! My oldest daughter did a project a couple of years ago on how much the world has changed in however many years (I don't remember the exact amount of time). She had to interview her grandmother and it really opened my eyes to just HOW much has changed even since I was a child. I often wonder what the differences for my children will be, I can't even imagine a hundred years from now, in just the past 50 years, there have been so many amazing changes in the world, some good and some bad. Hopefully by the time a century passes there will be no more poverty or suffering in the world.
12 Oct 08
It will be a desaster , the whole world be detroyed by polution and aliens , predators will come too and give their tuch on the earth , humain will be slavers , who work for big masters , the lord of the ring will be the king of all , he will be the presedent of all time , a small goblen will invent a machine time and will come back to the past to educat his community,after all the 6th world war will start in the pacific ocean .. so excinting ..nucclear bombs will fell down from the sky as the rain ...
6 Oct 08
I think the world would be overcrowded in 100 years. They must solve our birthrate problems especially in poor countries. More people means more waste, more needs that diminishes our resources. As we all know some of our resources are nonrenewable. I think after 100 years the polar ice caps would have melted as what I have seen in Al Gore's movie.