Thursday, September 13, 2007


One of my 2005 post (definition – evolution) goes like this:

“The way intersectional ideas evolve and being pursued for implementation, we can imagine a different world tomorrow. A human being may travel from Chennai to Chicago without any artificial travel support. He may run faster than Cheetah to replace a motor vehicle. Have endurance like a Camel to travel long without being exhausted. Fly like an intercontinental Siberian Crane to cross water bodies and mountains. If human is supposed to be a byproduct of a single cell, then in future he will even grow wings and fly. The fusion of genes will be more complex and advanced, that he will use his different abilities/skills in an intelligent way without getting exhausted.”
When I see the kind of advancement happening around in the intersectional space, feel some of my crude fantasies may come true. Bionic instruments, nanotechnology, gene studies, cloning and few more give room for my mind to travel to the bizarre world.
The way technological advancements happen, tomorrow’s human may not rely on FMCG products, food, et al (check my sci-fi 3007 AD). Rather he may use advanced intersectional applications and will be on a self-supporting mode. Earthly delights may not interest him then. His focus will be more on exploring the outer world.
During this process, China and India will play a major role in the economic space.

China with its cheap labour and expertise in the electronics space will churn out the much-needed chips and electronics.

India with its IT expertise, will create solutions for these intersectional applications.

And those economies, which thrive only on agricultural produce, may see their economy shrink (bcos genetically modified human may stay away from food for long). And as usual our religious-businessmen (priests) continue to give hope to the innocent minority that god is few light years away and his shuttle may land on earth anytime.

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