Redditors who do not view the extinction of humanity as a given, where do you see humanity in the year 3000?

Redditors who do not view the extinction of humanity as a given, where do you see humanity in the year 3000?

What do you think?

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  1. In the year 3000, I expect humanity to be flourishing and prospering. Despite numerous difficulties I personally face, I am an eternal optimist, and I absolutely believe in humanity as a species. I would hope that we’d still be inhabiting earth, and that the planet would be doing as well as we were.

  2. 24 hour work days with 5 different 1 hour nap times and 1 hour lunch allowed during the day. But at least minimum wage goes up by a full 35% from 2022

  3. 1000 years ago would’ve been 1022, the Middle Ages. Can you imagine someone from that time period accurately describing our world? A thousand years from now is going to be absolutely incomprehensible. Might as well predict a trans-Siberian petrobanana empire.

  4. Fun conjecture below… because who the fuck knows.

    Elon buying twitter is an attempt to prime the great filter (social media) so that the only continuing advanced human civilization exists in his vision on Mars.

    Earth is a hellscape. Martians, after colonizing viable outer planet moons, are looking to expand outside the solar system.

  5. “Lunatic” is going to be an ethnic slur referring to people who were born on the moon. You’ll be cancelled on space twitter if you say it.

    “Martian” will be a weird mix where some people are offended, but others consider it just a factual description.

    Uranus will continue to be the butt of all jokes.

  6. Global population will probably start declining in about 45 years. It’ll take a few centuries probably, but the population might get back to a more manageable level.

    If the population would keep increasing however, I don’t think we’ll make it to 3000 in peace and prosperity.

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