Prophecies

Gavin Price
Gavin Price

I want to hear some predictions for ten years time. Try to make them relevant to daily life. I'll start

chocolate will become about ten times the price. It will be rarely consumed except for very special occasions and much more difficult to obtain.
paypal will have made it's own international currency to rival bitcoin.
there will be an available and licensed vaccine for hiv

Nathan Watson
Nathan Watson

everyone will die one day

Jack Price
Jack Price

Holla Forums will be dead
you will still be a virgin

Austin Cook
Austin Cook

At ten times the price I would still eat it daily. I need that shit.

Cooper Gomez
Cooper Gomez

What the hell, I'll give it a crack.

By the time people accept the inevitability of World War III and gear up for a long fight and the possibility of a Keynesian postwar boom (or at least in the short term being on the profitable end of the fallacy of the glazier), the tensions that could escalate into a world war will fizzle out.

On the other hand, a Gen X president would become probable. That might be interesting.

The pervasive neo-Victorian moralfаggοtry will get worse before it gets better, but children will start to resist it just because it's being imposed by out-of-touch old people. Here's a specific example: whale tails become retro-chic when children refuse to be slutshamed into mom jeans by their mothers. In men's fashion, JNCO is already planning for their comeback, so expect more of the same. Fuck you, I liked being able to fit a 20 oz Mountain Dew bottle in my front pocket.

I want cheaper, consumer-level 3D printers to become more commonplace so people can make their own cheap plastic shit, but progress on that has been slow. It's not impossible that they'll get it together so you can make all sorts of off-the-wall things, but I'll say it's less probable than a Gen X president.

Of course the Middle East will still be in turmoil, but more specifically the Emirates (or maybe Bahrain or Qatar) are due for some kind of economic fallout that'll trigger social unrest and religious nutcases.

Holla Forums will probably trace 7chan's footsteps: it'll die, come back again, and have a small but dedicated base but never be quite what it used to be.

Camden Perry
Camden Perry

The future is bleak. America will continue manipulating puppet states in the middle east to contain China to the extent possible. This will lead to a running cliff socks do catana music with a John. And the dancing kiwi doesn't care. Why should the echo's of her cause pain? No recommendation.

Gavin Jenkins
Gavin Jenkins

wow

William Martinez
William Martinez

Hillary Clinton will still be president, ruling from inside a glass head jar a la Nixon on Futurama.

Ian Bennett
Ian Bennett

The social justice movement wins, because everyone tries to fight it with logic and reason.
Muslims seizes this opportunity to flood every country from their bases in Sweden, Germany and France.
Sharia is in full effect in all of what used to be western civilization.
Apple stocks are up.

Liam Wright
Liam Wright

Regional accents will latgely disappear.

Owen Fisher
Owen Fisher

Largely**

Aiden Lewis
Aiden Lewis

OP will still be a faggot

Tyler Robinson
Tyler Robinson

You dumb motherfucker…

90% of the world's population won't likely make it through the next 5 years, check the Georgia Guidestones. The prophecy of Fatima, bitch

Cameron Bell
Cameron Bell

Personally, I think the Georgia Guidestones lay out some fundamentally good ideas but a religion centred around them will probably not get popular until after the war. I think their tenets can be peaceably and humanely implemented but everybody else, even people who will adhere to them, will give malicious interpretations to them.

So there's prediction one. I also predict that sinkholes will become a much more common occurrence everywhere and the world's governments will go out of their way to cover up the actual numbers while being too decadent and delusional to do anything about them. Same goes for black mob violence: the rate at which they occur, the delusions that liberals hold about it, and the cover ups will get more and more extreme.

And, on the dark side, the drought of worthwhile video games will get worse.

Austin Kelly
Austin Kelly

everyone will die one day

Joseph Ortiz
Joseph Ortiz

everyone
will die
one day

Christopher Rivera
Christopher Rivera

Hillary will win through the means of the election being rigged
There will be a very quick civil war
Hillary will be overthrown and replaced by Trump
The next 7 years will be awesome but once they are over things will go from 0/100 real fast
There will be a nuke in California as the start of the first nuclear war
All this shit will happen when Trump is assassinated
In the end all the bad things will turn out to be by the Bilderberg Club and their democratic agenda

Brody Watson
Brody Watson

I don't think so. Especially in places like China and India where people speak completely different languages once you go 100-200 miles. Your average Poo speaks five languages.

Lincoln Russell
Lincoln Russell

Hillary will win through the means of the election being rigged

Hillary will win through Trump having insulted nearly every kind of voter except uneducated while males, and that's not enough to win an election with anymore.

There will be a very quick civil war

lol no. But you're adorable.

Elijah Myers
Elijah Myers

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Alexander Collins
Alexander Collins

In the next 10 years:
Bars and cafes will start metering WiFi access
Twitter will go bust/be bought out by G00gle with QE-printed $$$
Gentoo will still be a meme OS
/pol/ will still be waiting for 'le habbening'
Burqa porn will be the most popular fetish

Michael Jones
Michael Jones

Everything will be the same but slightly different.

You'll still commute by terrible gasoline-powered automobiles to your shitty job. Your car will easily get 50 mpg, which you'll love, except it's not nearly good enough to make an impact on the world… especially when you continue to drive your car everywhere rather than biking or walking to places within a couple miles.

You'll still only save a meager portion of your earnings. That 20% savings goal that you shoot for but never hit is pathetic, which is why you're going to be working for another 20 years or more. Everybody else will be in a similar situation, and people will continue to put tiny amounts of money into savings accounts that net nearly zero interest and fall far short of inflation.

TVs will have better resolution and other gimmicky "smart" features that really don't improve the function of the TV… but hey, they have to find something to slap on the label so you'll still pay the same price you're paying now.

Buildings will look the same from the outside, getting taller and taller for no reason, scraping the sky like metal fingers and failing to take advantage of solar power. Your house, if you're lucky enough to own one, will be made of absolutely terrible materials that will begin to fall apart by the time you retire.

People will wear slightly different clothes than they do now. My guess is that clothes will be nearly 100% synthetic materials, because synthetic materials are easier to tune to specific attributes (moisture-wicking stretchy-fit breathable temperature-guard whatever) so you'll buy a different undershirt for every situation. Color will go out of style.

Furniture will be made of what is essentially cardboard, and you'll wonder how people used to be able to afford things crafted from real wood.

Computers will be notably faster. Your current computer will work just fine, and the only reason you will upgrade is because the software you want is "incompatible" with older computers.

Video games will have better graphics, I suppose, but the gameplay will continue to deteriorate from where it was in the 90's. PC gaming will still be weird, so every 5 years you'll shell out money for a console marginally better than the last.

Everything else will be exactly the same.