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Dear Future People From 2050,

I am scared for our future. Our world is changing, but we humans are afraid of change. I hope that the energy that we get in future will all come from renewable sources instead of the oil that we use today. Advancements in technology like what Elon Musk is doing with Tesla fills me with excitement, but many people discourage my feelings of eagerness when they say that they run off dirty energy anyways. Forgive us for not acting sooner.

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