What Do You Think Life Would Be Like in 2039?

  • K.M. Ayala

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    January 19th, 2013 at 11:07am
  • indigo.

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    I'm not sure about 2039 but I know how the year 3000 will turn out Mr. Green
    January 19th, 2013 at 12:01pm
  • K.M. Ayala

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    January 19th, 2013 at 01:02pm
  • The Master

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    It's more or less going to be as crap as it is now, only with more shiny surfaces and tinfoil hats.
    January 19th, 2013 at 04:45pm
  • folie a dru.

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    Very similar just with updated technology. Screenless computer, all digital wallets and such.
    February 1st, 2013 at 11:07pm
  • Monroe;

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    Less money, a crack down on social welfare. By then the Government will have cracked under the strain of society. There'll be a lot more solar power and a lot less coal.
    February 5th, 2013 at 03:58pm
  • ilbaitw

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    Less trees, more buildings. More people. Um... more interactive toys or gadgets (so, more stuff like Siri on the iPhone, where they can respond to any comment someone makes) Hmmm what else. Oh and maybe big screens on buildings? I dunno.. That's what I think :P
    March 6th, 2013 at 12:39pm
  • LOVE1516

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    It's going to be invaded by a supernatural creature and will all die from lack of tree's XD I actually think it will just be updated technology and flying cars and maybe talking animals (that would be cool)
    April 1st, 2013 at 05:29am
  • mcfloatboo

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    If everybody on Earth won't stop releasing substances that toxify Earth then.. It would be definitely worse. Or maybe advanced technology, robots that you command to do something for you , flying cars , outer space trips , and maybe aliens traveling all the way to Earth to trade and be friends with everyone. =D
    April 14th, 2013 at 06:10pm
  • GreatUnknown

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    Well personally, I don't think I can really think of what it would be like. I'm sure people back in the 80's thought that 2013 would be advanced and farther ahead than we are. I can predict that we'll probably be more disorganized as a country, probably having more and more problems with politics and ethics. I can also see advances in technology, possibly something along the lines of holograms or projected images, like touch screen with out the screen? I know they've invented a prototype for it and it works but you know how those things are. It'll take years and years before it's on the market. I really think technology will rule all eventually, we'll to obsessed with it eventually.
    April 17th, 2013 at 07:31am
  • angus young

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    Jetpacks that work, an active space program, a complete and total overhaul of the education system, a Final Fantasy VII live-action film that is awesome, a Legend of Zelda film, and cans of juice that can be resealed. If there's no bottle available then why can't I shut the can so I don't need to carry it everywhere Cheese It's 2013 lawdy lawdy we have shipped dogs into outer space in big shards of metal but we can't find a good way to close the lid on a can of Irn Bru dear god
    April 25th, 2013 at 06:31pm
  • CallusedSilk

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    Scientifically we'll be even further ahead, like a superb amount.

    Socially? I have no idea. At the very least, our racist reality tv stars will be in super duper HD.
    May 28th, 2014 at 09:07am
  • rivers in the dust

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    More celebrities. Sleeker electronics. Hands-free cell phones. Evolving musical apparati. A revolutionary all-electric supercar. Buildings powered by the sun. Neurological implants. Controllable prosthetics. Heightened prices and lower income. Thinner women. Taller men. Plastic faces, plastic grafts. Fixable injuries once considered fatal. Deep-sea exploration. Landing ships on Mars.

    Maybe I'm getting a little ahead of myself.
    May 29th, 2014 at 02:53am
  • cola frank.

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    I can't really tell you much about what 2039 will be like, but I've been to the year 3000. Not much has changed but they lived underwater, and your great great great granddaughter is doing fine.
    June 26th, 2014 at 06:00pm
  • Red Fox Hina

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    I betva lot of us will live like the X-Men with super/mutant powers and abilities and there'll androids walking among us like in Chobits.
    July 6th, 2014 at 05:39am
  • Collin Berend

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    You can see, depending how fast it advances, but with Moore's Law, you can expect the following.

    ~ Thinner computers

    ~ Cleaner Energy Sources

    ~ Better Genetic/Gene changing tech

    ~ Better telescopes

    ~ If far enough, Google Glass type contacts in your eyes that tell you all about the person based on 'social media'.

    ~ Tech almost if not at, body/android augmentation

    ~ Wall Paper computers (Doctors, Calls, etc)

    What you see now, like the internet, it is just a type 1 telephone. We are a type 0.7 civilization that needs to make drastic changes. We might have Fusion energy by than.
    January 2nd, 2015 at 01:16am
  • rivers in the dust

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    More celebrities. Sleeker electronics. Hands-free cell phones. Evolving musical apparati. A revolutionary all-electric supercar. Buildings powered by the sun. Neurological implants. Controllable prosthetics. Heightened prices and lower income. Thinner women. Taller men. Plastic faces, plastic grafts. Fixable injuries once considered fatal. Deep-sea exploration. Landing ships on Mars.

    Maybe I'm getting a little ahead of myself.
    Okay, so we have some of this now and it's only 2015...
    January 3rd, 2015 at 05:07am
  • nyctophilia

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    i have an unnerving fear that Marshal Law will be in full effect.

    or at the brink of Fahrenheit 451 happening.
    January 11th, 2015 at 10:40am
  • Graffiti Kid

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    Not much different. Different year, same amount of idiots.
    I do think we're going to have a lot more technology than we do now. Probably everyone will be using their phones to pretty much think for them. Kids won't be playing outside as much/anymore.
    February 23rd, 2015 at 02:52pm
  • killerariaisa

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    5 year olds will have Iphones.
    DVDs, Blu Rays, and CDs will no longer exist (or will be outdated like the VHS is now. Kids now don't know what a VHS is)
    Voice activated treadmills
    March 14th, 2015 at 02:00pm