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Dear People of the Future,

As it stands right now in 2018, things do not look so promising. Due to excessive anthropogenic activities, climate change is becoming more and more of a serious issue. However, there are still many active global warming deniers who state that the issue is insignificant (when compared to other problems facing the world). By the year 2030 or 2050, it is my hope that we have fully embraced renewable energy sources for power and electricity, or perhaps, have found a way to generate or harness clean zero point energy which exists throughout the fabric of space. In addition, traditional fuel burning energy sources like oil/petroleum and nuclear power will become antiquated with only passing reference in the history books. It is also my wish, by this time, that most of the cars on the road primarily run on hydrogen, or electricity. In conclusion, I can only hope that by this time (in 2030/2050), public consciousness is open and well aware on the issue of climate change, making the necessary changes to adapt to society’s pressing needs by doing everything they can to mitigate the immediate concerns facing our planet.

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