What Earth will be in 100 years?

What Earth will be in 100 years?

In 100 years, oceans will most likely rise, displacing many people, and it will continue to become warm and acidic. Natural disasters like wildfires and hurricanes will continue to be very common and water resources could be scarce. NASA is researching earth to make observations that will benefit everyone.

How will technology be in the next 100 years?

Quantum computing will make computers so powerful and network connectivity so fast that a small data center will be enough to serve the needs of all humanity. Television and phones will become obsolete and holography will replace them.

What is 100 years from now?

Twenty top predictions for life 100 years from now

  • Oceans will be extensively farmed and not just for fish (Jim 300)
  • We will have the ability to communicate through thought transmission (Dev 2)
  • Thanks to DNA and robotic engineering, we will have created incredibly intelligent humans who are immortal (game_over)

What would life be like in the next 100 years?

The rapid advance in vaccine technology, which is bringing an end to the COVID-19 pandemic, is best understood in the context of a series of innovations that more than doubled the life expectancy of the human race over the last 100 years.

What would be future after 100 years?

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Will humans survive the next 100 years?

Yes… humans will survive the next 100 years. Barring an unexpected cataclysmic event such as a strike by a yet undiscovered large asteroid or comet that could cause extinction, I am very optimistic about the probability that we will. Let’s look at the record.

Will the world end in the next 100 years?

There is a one in 500 chance there is a global catastrophe on the horizon which will spell the end of humanity, according to a leading statistician. A new report claims that there is a 0.2 per cent chance the an apocalyptic event will happen this year, leading to the end of the world.