1000 Years from Now

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Road to Destruction

Looking back on the past era, the world has developed, yet diminished as well. If the world continues on its present course, it may lead to disaster in society during the next hundred years as our own technological advances, increase in population, and limited natural resources will take its toll. These worries concern the world as it will not leave a well-organized tomorrow for our future.

During the early stages of technological advancements, the world population will benefit, but as more technology develops our place in the world is at stake. Traveling back to the early 1900’s, the world didn’t have indoor plumbing. When plumbing was first invented, the world was overwhelmed. Now we are spoiled from such advances to the point that we can’t live without many of them. The downside will come, causing most of the population to lose their jobs to machines. Machines do not need lunch breaks and have no health risks, therefore are labeled “more efficient” in the creation of profit. In theory, more machines equal less human power, which leads to unemployment.

Population is our second most important concern. As of today, the world population is growing ever more dense. It is a fact that the death – mortality rate is out of balance. More babies are being born than deaths occur in the population. Over population leads to insufficiency, meaning the supply of products will become at an all time low. The world’s population will have to proportionally increase with the amount of food and water available. Eventually, the land that is used to harvest crops will be used for housing development. With the continuing growth of population at such a rapid pace, supplies will become scarce ending in malnutrition and starvation.

As the population grows, natural resources will be used quicker and at greater quantities. An increase of consumption of limited natural resources causes a lack of resources. Without such resources as...
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