If you could ask your great grandparents anything at all, what would it be? Now imagine the types of questions you would get from your own great grandkids. It makes you realize how fast the world is changing. Pretty soon we won’t even recognize our world anymore. These are 25 More Questions From The Future.
Check out our first post on this topic: 25 Questions From The Future.
So you’re saying you had to repeatedly move heavy things in order to get big muscles?
What’s a battery?
Is it true that people couldn’t talk on the phone and use the internet at the same time?
How did you learn stuff without brain implants?
When you were little could you really see stars in the night sky?
You mean that you couldn’t download your groceries?
What’s a glacier?
Were you mad that you couldn’t choose your body?
How did everybody fit on just one planet?
You mean it took 6 hours to cross the ocean? And you just sat there?
So you actually had to tell the robots what to do?
How did you know people were guilty without using brain scanners?
Wait, you mean you had to wipe your butt with a little sheet?
So you guys had the entirety of human knowledge in your pocket, and you used it to watch cat videos?
What was it like to eat the bodies of dead animals?
Did doctors really have to cut people open to fix them?
Did it feel weird to come out of another human?
Is it true that you had to memorize people's phone numbers when you were a kid?
Could you really get a job without being able to speak Chinese?
So instead of reprogramming people, you locked them up in a room for the rest of their life?
What was walking like?
Did people really fight wars off-line?
What’s an opinion?
Note: this pokes fun at the idea of a 1984-type world where people are told what to believe.
So you closed your eyes and didn’t do anything for 8 hours everyday?
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