How to Think About the Future

No one can predict the future. But you can catch glimpses of it right here in the present if you know where to look.

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Zachery Tyson Brown

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A strategic futurist contemplating the intersection of national security, defense, and disruptive technologies with empathy, skepticism, and hopefully, insight.

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where the future is written

Zachery Tyson Brown

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A strategic futurist contemplating the intersection of national security, defense, and disruptive technologies with empathy, skepticism, and hopefully, insight.

Predict

Predict

where the future is written

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