Going by the fifty-year trend, it’d be interesting to see what the 2050s would bring. The world, as it is right now, doesn’t seem to be creating much of lasting value. The materials used to manufacture cars, household items, buildings, and the like, seem to be of cheaper, lesser quality than those that were used in the past. Maybe because we know so much, we figured we could make anything work. And instead of this tremendous economic expansion, nations seem to be going deeper and deeper into debt and are more interested in redistributing their existing wealth than in creating more.
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