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    Really I went there by my fiction ways in my brain
    N.B. My brain ways surrounded not only by sulci and gyri noooooo
    it surrounded by many fiction Ideas be careful.

    When I went there I find another type of life woooooooow

    So what do you think about the life at year 9099???
    left your mind thing about this and write all ideas comes to you about this part of time ( year 9099 ) write all ideas here


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    Well, if you divide 9099 by 666, you get 13.662162. Sounds like it "might" be an unlucky year. Smile.

    I think that if we make it to 9099 we should count ourselves either very lucky or start thinking of ourselves as the only God in the universe.

    What do you see 9099 looking like? I'll think about it and respond later.

    P.S. Notice, we are talking about this on the 13th too. Could mean nothing.


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    I hope that the Earth will still be here and isn't destroyed by wars or a asteroid before then. The way the Earth is being polluted today I also wonder if humans will survive for there may so much pollution that humans will not be able to breathe or drink the water.
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    9099 will be EXACTLY as FRANK HERBERT says it will be. End of discussion. :P
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    But Frank Herbert is already dead and didn't know what happened after he dies for at that moment the Earth no longer existed for him.
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    His drug-induced visions live on in his son, though not as strongly; yet, there will come ONE who will mold us into what Shai-Halud wills for us. So sayeth Cottontop3000. Ohhhmmmm!!!
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    "His drug-induced visions live on in his son"


    Oh, is that a good thing?
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    Not for "unbelievers."
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    Well, we have to look at what we are doing now and forecast ahead. I would say AI would be very common with machines doing much of the thinking for us. Bio implants would also be normal making us stronger, more durable and perhaps nanotechnology to help fight disease and heal the body. It may also be interesting so see the birth of AI and the concept that one could be born as a machine instead of a human. If it turns out there is no God, no spirit, etc then being a machine that thinks and feels just like a human but doesn't have the problems humans do would be interesting. Deep space travel would not be a problem for the machine world. In the end escaping the body and building something better would be the goal. One would also need to escape the mind as its subject to frequent failures and corruptions of data and logic.
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    I think that by then, we would have most certainly destroyed the planet at least to an extent where somebody living now would be unable to live there.

    So... either humanity will be extinct, living elsewhere, or will have evolved to survived in a vastly different biosphere.
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    we can't forcast what will happen by the year 9099 because in that vast expanse of time there are too many factors, variables and whatever else.

    we can only at this stage think of 2 possible outcomes, either we are still around or we are Extinct.

    if we are still around by the year 9099 i'd say that it is highly unlikely that anything, minus our own doing or another races, could wipe us out.

    however with the world in it's preasent configuration i would doubt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by science Girl
    Really I went there by my fiction ways in my brain
    N.B. My brain ways surrounded not only by sulci and gyri noooooo
    it surrounded by many fiction Ideas be careful.

    When I went there I find another type of life woooooooow

    So what do you think about the life at year 9099???
    left your mind thing about this and write all ideas comes to you about this part of time ( year 9099 ) write all ideas here
    You're drunk aren't you?

    Seriously, I think we may achieve a lifestyle that is completely incomprehensible to us in our present state. Perhaps we will combine into a single being.
    "All truth passes through three stages: First it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."
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    Year 9099?


    I think there's a fairly high chance that there is not a year 9099. Not any soon, I mean.

    We likely will shift our calendar before than that & so start counting again... :P

    9099 eyars ago, it was about 7,000 BC and some humans were building the first cities after inventing/discovering agriculture.

    In some ways, we've gone so far... in some another, we've just wasted this time.

    I can't think of life 7,000 years on from now. Maybe we will have started reaching the stars, or even the galaxy if we got to cheat Eisntein. Or maybe we'll have discovered that it all is a nonsensical experiment of a sentient being whose powers only match to what we call "nature". Who knows?

    Currently we can't even assure a half-decent world to live in to anyone beyond the second or third generation after ours... and that's merely 90/7,000 of the way! 8)
    “If the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin.” -Charles Darwin
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    A more important question is what is 06/06/06 going to be like, because it happens this year. (666).
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    Surely THAT is the start of armageddon. You know, because 1/1/2000 and 1/1/2001 weren't. Or maybe the anti-christ will be born on that day, or have a clear rise to power on that day. Watch out for him! He's a tricky one.
    9099 is too far away to speculate about. Heck, 3000 is too far away to speculate about.
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    I don't think the earth will survive that long. Mayby it does, but then it will become a bigbrother-society
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    You mean you don't think humans will survive that long? Or do you really mean earth? I could see civilization falling between now and then and setting us back substantially, but I'd be surprised if we were wiped out entirely. And I'd certainly expect earth to still be kickin, 7000 years really isn't that long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucifer
    I can't think of life 7,000 years on from now. Maybe we will have started reaching the stars, or even the galaxy if we got to cheat Eisntein. Or maybe we'll have discovered that it all is a nonsensical experiment of a sentient being whose powers only match to what we call "nature". Who knows?
    I guess we'll go through a couple of dark ages in between, and in 9099 technology will be exactly as 1999.

    ¡Maybe we ARE in 9099, and we just don't know!
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    I see two options:
    one: Our morals in general and toward people of different origins have changed for the good. Technological evolution is focussed on health friendly techniques.
    two: We hardly exist.
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    If there is no human evolution by that time, intelligent design wins.
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    THIS IS AN EXTRACT FROM THE NEWS PAPER DATED 31,Dec,9099

    EARTH DID IT AGAIN
    New York,31,dec,9099. Earth conqured palnet zulz-zulz. At the WHITE HOUSE a trety has been signed with the alien rase "Puln-Pat" for transprting 10000tons enriched nutrin metal from the planet "Qutq-pie".


    Sports:

    EARTH WON IT AGAIN

    Mars,31,dec,9099. Earth won at the INTE-GLAXY OLYMPICS held at MARS.
    Earth won 10 nutri medals.
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    Speculation into the future that far ahead is a finicky business but here 'goes:

    1. If we survive the next 100-200 years it is likly that we will colonize other planets in our solar system and perhaps venture to nearby stars so dangers from asteroids and other mass extinction events becomes nill. This would be true even more so in the year 9099.

    2. Artificial intelligence will be widespread. You will be able to talk to your computer (which will be the size of a sheet of paper) as if it was you personal assistant.

    3. The lowering of trade barriers will make borders more and more obsolete. If nations still exist in the year 9099 they will have little importance as independant bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starlight
    If there is no human evolution by that time, intelligent design wins.
    or we screwed up somewhere.
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    Wiat ... Isn't the number of the beast 616 ... Wikipedia it... Or Google it...
    If there was no religion in which Gods would be the main issue, war would now be a fight agaist the best scientific theory.
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