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the future of human race..(Do read it)

This just came into my mind today morning. A strange topic to write about in my blog. So whats will be the future of mankind or say human race on this planet, will it be good or worse.

Some time back i saw on discovery channel that the scientists are developing various gadgets which can be attached with human beings as an extra memory say a kind of HDD so that people can store extra information in it directly transferring the data from their brains(sounds weired). Within the next two centuries, telephones and the like will be totally obsolete. Televisions and like will disappear. Every person's physical body will contain the capabilities. Nobody will have to bother dialing a telephone. A person will only need to beam out the number of the desired party from his own built-in phone, with its antennae located in the eyebrows or from his hair, and the other person will receive the call the same built-in way. That's how easy it will be to place a phone call. And those who wont upgrade themselves will be left behind( According to Darwins theory "Survival of the fittest") . And if any problem comes with our body we will have to show that to Robotic engineer cum doctor.

In 1998 a person developed a mechanic hand that can be controlled through internet scientist are developing such things for performing operations( doctors on one side of the planet and patient on other).Don't know what will happen if there will be a network congestion.

Moreover scientists can now change the genes and mix them with animals genes to create new type which neither resembles any of the previous ones.Well lets go more further.. how about 500 or 1000 yrs from now. Humans changed into half machines much advanced race than us and calling to their relatives residing in other planets.

Just take for example about 100 years ago from now if we would have said to people that in future we can fly in aircrafts, talk to anyone from anywhere using mobiles and have a device named computer which can do so many tasks they might call us insane.

But will all these technical advances really help mankind?? Take for eg. mobiles they are now known to create cancers. Television for eye problems etc. What about others warfare items?

Mankind will also be effected by environmental factors.

Lets take for example global warming. Do u really believe that human race will extinct with gradual change or even say sudden change of climatic conditions( Movie "Day After Tomorrow"). I would say no. Many will definitely die but human race won't get extinct. I say so because humans can travel from one place to another much faster (aircrafts) than other species on this planet, though many will be left behind. What about increasing content of CO2 and other gases and pollution? The number of percentage patients have increased complaining about asthma, lung cancer etc.Three months back i saw an add in Television people selling a device which absorbs the Co2 and other harmful gases present in a room, made especially for these people. Is this the future, because concentration of these gases is increasing day by day. Yes life will still survive and give rise to species which can live also in those conditions as "life always finds a way" dialog from "Jurassic Park" movie. eg Scientists say that cockroaches can even survive a "nuclear war". What if it really happens in future?
I read somewhere that a guy was talking about energy crises and pollution stuff and he got a simple comment from other one that the scientists will find out a new way gave eg of solar energy wind energy etc but still these gases concentration is increasing.

I think i may not stop writing about this topic but this one going very long things are just flowing into my mind and i can't stop.

Well we can only predict what the future will be. It may be possible that after few 100 years from now(if my blog still remains on net). A person might come to this post and adds his comment that he went to mars in his college trip . Who knows?????

5 comments:

AntiBarbie

September 26, 2007 at 11:51:00 PM GMT+5:30

I can't imagine having a phone built into my body. That would be horrible! I wouldn't be able to avoid calls from telemarketers!

Thanks for the interesting article. I added you to my Technorati Favorites. Have a good one!

Pam Hoffman

September 29, 2007 at 4:35:00 AM GMT+5:30

If you read any science fiction, a lot of these things are 'old ideas' and you are prepared for the coming changes - well, as much as we CAN be prepared!

I think that we actually contribute very little to the planet than it already does in the CO2 area. If you chart out the amount of CO2 released and absorbed by the Earth, it is a very regular cycle - it somewhat looks like the planet is breathing (i've seen this chart) so I'm not overly worried about that sort of thing.

I have seen something about the cycle of ice-ages and there is a 'mini-ice-age' about once every 300-500 years and we are about due for one. The emmissions we are producing are probably stalling out that system at the moment. I consider that a good thing, personally! :)

I'm kind of looking forward to a 'personal computer' (one that i carry around on my person!) that I can bring along with me wherever I go. My memory would certainly benefit!

Gotta go,

Pam Hoffman
http://seminarlist.blogspot.com

srinath

July 26, 2008 at 11:13:00 AM GMT+5:30

good interesting post... :)

Sasha

March 4, 2009 at 6:08:00 AM GMT+5:30

Wow that sounds cool. Theres a sci-fi book called Uglies that is set in the future and includes a lot of things you put in this thing. Pretty cool. :)

Ankit Shukla

April 10, 2009 at 2:35:00 PM GMT+5:30

Well i hav'nt read Uglies but as u have mentioned i will take a look at it... :)