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Dear People of 2050,

Hello future bright minds of the next century. It is the year 2019 and on my end I just woke up to a cold then hot November 25th. It hasn’t been as cold as it should be yet most people at the moment don’t seem to care. I am not sure if anyone in the year 2050 is experiencing this hot cold/hot weather. I sure hope by then our north pole has been fully restored to it’s prominent snow conditions and not a pile of mud. My pledge to stop driving my car as much to stop my car from emitting more carbons into the atmosphere and I pledge to eat less beef so maybe less cows are slaughtered in their massive polluted process. My kids and grandkids will adopt a whole new greener life with solar and wind energy. I’m hoping by then in 2050 I may be still alive to see just how much we have progressed maybe community gardens will be more common in larger cities. I just started my own garden in my backyard so I would be less dependent on buying foods that have travelled far. So I wish you all the best in the year 2050 if I’m dead then remember that this planet is the only one we got.

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