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22 Pieces of Evidence That Confirm We’re Living In The Future


Many thought that by the turn of the century the elixir to longevity would have been developed, flying cars would be a thing of the past, and humans would be intertwined with robotics. Although we have come close to attaining SOME of these things, maybe the bar was simply set too high for us. We’ve come close because we have come a long way since the Industrial Revolution and the future is bright for things to get better (hopefully.)

From 3-D printing, to robotic arms, to holograms on ice cream covers, there are quite a few instances that indicate we are already in the future.

Here are 22 pieces of evidence that confirm we are living in the future.

1. With the bombardment of advertisement and this attitude of BUY BUY BUY, billboards need to be a little more creative in order to catch our attention. That’s why this subway tunnel ad is both creative and entertaining. As the subway flies by, the girl’s hair sways with the wind. Creepy, eh?

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2. Robots are becoming increasingly more human-like. We should be worrying about robots who make no mistakes, and never come in late taking our jobs. Kind of like I, Robot, no? Maybe you’re reading an article that was written by a robot!

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3. What can we do if we want to interact with people whose languages we don’t understand? There is an app that can translate different languages in real time as you speak. Welcome to the future indeed.

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4. Neil Degrasse Tyson wanted to term people born after 1995 ‘Generation Exoplanets.’ People born after that year were exposed to the idea that there can be life outside of our planet. Since 1995 the potential of life-harboring planets existing has grown exponentially.

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