Our World of Today

             Thinking of our world today makes me wonder about tomorrow, a year, a decade, or a century later. I look back at what we did in the past and what we have accomplished as a race, a human race. It makes me realize how much can happen in a matter of years. What will happen in this next century? How advance will are technologies be then? How much of the world, as we know it, still be around?.

             Will us humans be the same? We have changed in the years. Are life spans, and are length, height, and weight. Are morals, values, judgments, goals, and are dreams. We have become dependent on other lives, and on technology. How much more will we depend on a computer to do for us? A computer already does almost everything a human can and more. Will we develop a computer with feelings, or a soul? That is about the only thing a computer does not have we do. I think we will develop more computer related material. I picture fewer jobs, because computers will do more and they will not have to be paid. I picture our vehicles being run by computers. No schools, because everyone will be schooled over the computer. So our human race will lack social skill, because we learn in school how to communicate with on another.

             I wonder will our governmental system be the same? Will we still be a republic? I don't think so, in the next century I think we will either be communist or there will be no governmental intervention at all. I picture a war; A war that we have created, when we created the first nuclear missiles and nuclear bomb. This war will be created because we slowly let go of our will to keep our world a safe, and nonviolent world. Violence, I predict, will greatly increase. We as a family, community, and nation will see bloodshed and violence everywhere. We already see more then are grandparents did. Do you think your ancestors saw kids walk into schools shooting? Do you think they saw mothers killing their newborns in microwaves, and drowning them? No, are society grows use to the violence.

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