Less Life - Today Will Be Ours mp3 album
There will also be less need for visits to the doctor. We will all have a home health capsule that will tell us what the problem is and give us treatment. We will also be going into space for holidays and to get resources that we have used up on Earth. A prediction that was missing was whether people would still need to study English. 4. 2116: Students A strongly believe life in the year 2116 will be better than life today in 2016; Students B strongly believe the opposite. Change partners again and talk about your conversations. MY e-BOOK See a sample. 5. BETTER: Rank these with your partner.
The result is our latest special series, Life in 2050. Demographic changes in world population and population growth will certainly be dramatic. Rockefeller University mathematical biologist Joel Cohen says it's likely that by 2050 the majority of the people in the world will live in urban areas, and will have a significantly higher average age than people today. Cities theorist Richard Florida thinks urbanization trends will reinvent the education system of the United States, making our economy less real estate driven and erasing the divisions between home and work. In the financial world, things will be very different indeed, according to MIT professor Simon Johnson, who thinks many of the financial products being sold today, like over-the-counter derivatives, will be illegal-judged, accurately, by regulators to not be in the best interests of consumers and failing to meet their basic needs.
Less clutter to take care of. Extra space must be maintained and heated and cooled and monitored. Reduced carbon footprint. We’re already overusing the world’s precious resources. Downsizing reduces our carbon footprint; it’s a responsible take care of the world thing to do. Opportunity to invest in what really makes us happy. This is more fun than almost anything else.
How different might life be 20 years from now? Technology expert Dean Evans investigates. Technologically, the 20-year jump from 2015 to 2035 will be huge. During that time some elements of our world will change beyond recognition while others will stay reassuringly (or disappointingly) familiar. Consider the 20 years to 2015. The world in 2035 will probably be much like it is today, but smarter and more automatic. Some innovations we might not notice, while others will knock us sideways, changing our lives forever. What it won’t be like: The scene in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) where Violet Beauregarde has a three-course roast dinner in a stick of chewing gum.
Life with much less stressing factors and much higher overall personal security. My Mom and Dad could have one career and have jobs for life and retire comfortably at 55 and 60 correspondingly (I’ll probably have to wait until I’m 68 or even 7. Less pollution, more walking and using public transport. World was a bit safer back then. Globalisation today makes the world cantankerous and prone to explosions.
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Life in fifty years will be a lot different then it is now. In most people’s eyes they see the world having flying cars and floating houses, but the way I see it, it’s a lot different. In 50 years we might not have fresh air to breathe or clean water to drink. Twenty years from now there will be many changes in medicine, technology and in environment. Firstly, surgeons will be able to replace every part of human body so people will live longer. Secondly, there will be some changes in technology. Computers will become much more intelligent and they will be part of our everyday life. Finally, there will be also changes in environment. If we recycle we can save our nature and many of animals. We will be able to grow endangered plants and improve conditions for endangered species of animals.
time,we have less free time than our parents and grandparents ha. ut what is this doing to our health?An American journalist James Gleick in a new book,Faster:the acceleration of just about everything,says that people who live in cities are suffering from 'hurry sickness'-we are always trying to do more things in less time. As a. result,our lives are more stressful. He says that if we don't slow down,we won't live as long as our parents. For most people,faster doesn't mean better. o time for the news Newspaper articles today are shorter and the headlines are bigger. Family life: . ne in five fathers will be househusbands,while the mothers go out to work. eople will live near other people who have the same interests as them,for example in golf villages.
|1||Who The Hell Am I To Have Expectations|
|3||Cultivate The Concealed|
|4||Shifting Baseline Syndrome|
|5||Three Shades Of Black|
|6||Cry Sea Wolf|
|7||Small Talk At 125th And Lenox|
- Artwork By – Salvatore Dell'Aquila
- Drums – Tom Schlatter
- Guitar – Rob Ross
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Steve Roche
- Vocals – George Grimaldi
NotesRecorded and mixed at Permanent Hearing Damage Studios, June 15th- 16th, 2011.
20 - Test Press
105 - Yellow
161 - Clear/Black Swirl
261 - Clear Green (this)
|HSIN-003||Less Life||Today Will Be Ours (12", S/Sided, Cle)||How Soon Is Now Records||HSIN-003||US||2011|
|HSIN-003||Less Life||Today Will Be Ours (12", S/Sided, Yel)||How Soon Is Now Records||HSIN-003||US||2011|