I have always been intrigued by science and by the futuristic technologies that will appear in the nearest or distant future.
Science has been evolving with the speed of light in the last years, and scientists have made many discoveries that some centuries ago could seem impossible to believe.
Technology is evolving in a way that can’t be reversed, and we will soon be guided by the artificial intelligence, being able to communicate with anyone via telepathy, or we will be able to travel through time in the future or in the past.
But in the near future, there are some discoveries that scientists are still working on, that could change the world we know today.
What will happen in the next decade?
Quantum physics is about to discover something incredible. “MY GOAL is simple,” Stephen Hawking once said. “It is a complete understanding of the universe, why it is as it is and why it exists at all.” Scientists are about to prove that the world we can see is not the only component of the universe.
They have discovered there are about 26 more hidden space-time dimensions, that cannot be seen. Scientists have discovered that our universe is one of the numberless universes that exist, so this would change the way we believed the universe is, and could also demonstrate that a big part of the reality is hidden from our sight.
Computers will be able to predict the future. The scientists are about to create the biggest invention we have seen until now, a computer which will be able to see and predict what future holds, as for example, it could predict the results of a football game, it could make climate predictions or see the events that will take place in the distant future.
For the moment, the most powerful computer in the world, is Nautilus. It can read hundreds of millions of news in a short time, which surpasses any man’s power.