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Future Essay

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The way the future is heading seems to be very clear but as before things may change. The time to come will never reveal itself until it has actually been. From this point of view I will try to describe the way I see the future coming our way.One of the major aspects when discussing the future is how will the law be handled and how power will be dealt with. Will we be able to decide for us self what we want to do with our lives and will the right of every individual be respected, as written in the constitution. There is no way I could be forced to believe otherwise. Our society today is made to decide if every citizen in Denmark should have some sort of card that you used for multiple ...view middle of the document...

It is possible to both look at your colleague in the video-chatter and at the same time write in the word-processor while the other person is watching and commenting. The schools all over the world is using this technique to exchange information. There is also a separate net called cyber-net. This is even more advanced than the other net. It is the ultimate cyber-space where you virtually can be anywhere on the entire planet, and you can even visit the other planets in our solar system. This net is based on the sophisticated Virtual Reality Nirvana 3D technology. In spite of the wide spread of computers in all the layers of society it is only the really big companies and their employees that takes VRN-3D into use. Imagine a world which is like a movie where there only will be good things, No pain.In this society year 2096, every one almost is living in the cities from where they control their daily function. Even the farmers live in the city. They have given up the dirty work and started to maintain their acres and their stocks from computers. They have agents checking on the cattle 24 hours a day. They do this by a neurotic-implant called the CAT-Tracer. This implant can interface with the brain and thereby sense if everything is all right. The agents can even do the medical treatment if needed.In Copenhagen like every other major city it has stopped growing wider and begun to grow upwards and downwards. This small finesse secures the environment from being run over by bulldozers. Every time more settlements are needed they just builds another flat on top, because it is cheaper than digging...

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