Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Blissful Ignorance


I shall share my late night musings with you. I started pondering on evolution and whether we are still evolving. Considering the circumstances of our country right now, we may have devolved. In reality, we are evolving most certainly. We are adapting to our environment. Well, what will we look like say, ten thousand years from now if the planet is still around? I see our little home bruised and battered. We didn't listen to dire warnings to clean up the planet, so now we have filters in our noses which replace polluted oxygen which is emitted back into the air through gills on our neck. We stoop  from centuries of looking at our phones. Our thumb digit is three times its 2019 size, as well as our eyes. Our skin is brown. We no longer need outside hardware because it is all within us. We are chipped and numbered. Women are sterile and we have all morphed into an androgynous form. We can only tell the difference between male and female by the naturally made stripes on the female. Male/female, we are no longer defined by sex. Babies are created with 3D printers, and human parts can also be made to replace any part of the body. We no longer work. Robots do all manual labor. Due to the oceans rising, we have limited space, so we build up, everyone allowed a 20' by 30' pod. Junk food has been banned due to our extreme obesity, but can still be found on the black market. Farms no longer exist. Food is created in labs. Drones deliver an equal amount of produce each week. There is one world order run by a computer based in China.

It all isn't dreary. We still believe in true love, still believe in a God, we still dream and wish, and hope.

This all sounds kind of corny as I read this, but I'm glad I won't be around to see what happens by what we have made of our planet in the present.

1 comment:

  1. I don't think this was corny at all. It sounds creepy and believable!

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