Sunday, September 28, 2014
| Philippians 2:1-13

What will the world be like in 100 years? Will there be any love and kindness left?

Have you ever had a conversation in which
you discussed what the children of today's millennial generation will find "old-fashioned"?

We grew up with computers. Our parents had typewriters. The millennial kids have never been without smartphones. We were tied to land lines.

One hundred years from now:

- Will holographic communication, teleporting, 3-D printers and robots with artificial intelligence be passé?

- Will wealthy people be able to select some elements of their child's genetic makeup?

- Will humans have a base on Mars?

- Will the singularity point actually happen in which some machines have greater intelligence than humans?

- Will we be able to log on directly from our brains?

- Will cars be purely automated and driver-free?

Perhaps our great-grandchildren of the 22nd century will be excited about more mundane developments, like transparent toasters, self-cooling beer cans, phones that charge themselves, laptops that are paper-thin and so on.

Not long ago, Ignacio...

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