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Future History — Part 1: The 2020's

Looking to the future is something we just tend to do naturally as a civilization — this forward-focused progression is one of the reasons why our tech sectors evolve at a rapid pace, why medicine is advancing the way it is and why answers about our universe are continuously discovered.

The 2020’s are shaping up to be what we’re envisioning it to be — modest advancements in what we already have around us. Some things, possibly a little more far fetched than others (like text-by-thought) are still within the realm of possibility. Regardless, below is a list featuring…




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