Monday, March 12, 2007

I think about a future a lot, and the hopes it will bring. (Personal Entry)

When a futurist attempts to give hope by suggesting that something impossible to do now, but generally desired, may become possible in the future, some people may misunderstand, state how the suggestion is impossible (though impossible only now), and possibly become offended by it.

Isn't it generally known by the public that many of what is impossible to achieve and make happen now may become possible in the future? As in, through new developments, innovations, trials and errors, of new technology, medicine, treatments, functionalities, and overall new sources of hope?

If it's possible but particularly difficult, whatever falls under that criterion may become less difficult as new and more efficient methods and technologies mature beyond development.

(More to add, perhaps, later on...)

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