Imagining the world after a century is not a very difficult task

Imagining the world after a century is not a very difficult task. We would see human embedded computers according to futurologists Ian Pearson and Patrick Tucker people will have some kind of chips in their minds to make them work faster. They would transfer thoughts in form of human files. Secondly In those days Global warming would be at its peak and people would then understand the importance of forests. As science is progressing these days it won’t be awkward to say that death at time would only be an opinion. People even now a days don’t take death seriously and at that time it would be a totally different scenario. The concept of death would totally be demolished.
Pollution would be at its peak and it would be difficult for people to survive on earth hence temporary residential areas would be made on mars and other planets so that people could spend some of the time in their although it would only be for wealthy people.
Even now, leading teams of architects and engineers with the support of the European Union plan to create huge greenhouses in deserts like Sahara, in order to produce food, energy and water using new technologies. In these greenhouses, the sea water will be converted to the drinkable one and will be used in cultivation. In the test facilities of the Sahara Forest Project, which already operate in Qatar, lettuce, peppers, cucumbers and tomatoes are currently produced. Moreover, a vast park of solar collectors, which could power the whole Europe, is to be created in the same area in the coming years.