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7 Best-Case Scenarios for the Future of Humanity


George Dvorsky


Sentient Developments

February 03, 2013

Most science fictional and futurist visions of the future tend towards the negative — and for good reason. Our environment is a mess, we have a nasty tendency to misuse technologies, and we’re becoming increasingly capable of destroying ourselves. But civilizational demise is by no means guaranteed. Should we find a way to manage the risks and avoid dystopic outcomes, our far future looks astonishingly bright. Here are seven best-case scenarios for the future of humanity.


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Posted by SHaGGGz  on  02/03  at  09:06 AM

I’ll take a six-tinged seven with a side of five, please.





Posted by CygnusX1  on  02/03  at  06:20 PM

Well you can keep the status quo!

Very useful and concise article to help spread awareness and the HPlus word!






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