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Events & Surprises of 2016

by futurists Richard Worzel and Kit Worzel There are many things that we already know about 2016: The leading edge of the Boomers will turn 70 – and complain about it. The Millennials are taking over in government, business, and society. … Continue reading

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What’s on Your Plate: Feeding the Future

by futurist Kit Worzel The United Nations report on world population estimates a total of 9.6 billion people on the planet by 2050. That’s an increase of more than 2 billion in the next thirty-five years. There have been discussions … Continue reading

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Printing the Future: The Implications of 3D Printing

by futurist Kit Worzel 3D printers are a big fad these days. Tech geeks go on and about what they can do with them, and how neat they are, but how close are we to being able to do anything … Continue reading

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Want a Star Trek Transporter?*

(*Some assembly required.) by futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. I woke up this morning with the realization that I could build a transporter, just like the ones they used (will use?) in Star Trek in the years following 2200. Well, almost … Continue reading

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