Additionally, during that short period, Israel has managed to plant over 240 million trees. Furthermore, Israel is extremely keen to share their techniques with the world.
Wouldn’t this be an amazing thing? Will our great-grandchildren see the deserts of the world turn green? More than likely. And a bonus cherry on top could be that they will finally witness the creation of peace in the Middle East.
Nanorobots will live in our body to heal disease
Scientists are getting extremely close to creating the first nanorobots for use within the human body. They will be small enough to inject intravenously.
The possible uses would include diagnosing disease, as well as fighting it. These tiny robots could also administer medication and even potentially grow new organs.
Another crazy possibility is that nanobots will also have non-medical uses such as recording our memories. Our bodies could become integrated within technology through their use.
Humans will use synthetic telepathy
For almost a decade already, the US Army has been spending millions of dollars funding research into synthetic telepathy. Synthetic telepathy utilizes a computer to translate brainwaves from thoughts into words. Such technology is called electroencephalography.
Already, neuroscientists have made dramatic advances in thought communication technology. Researchers demonstrated one remarkable development when they taught monkeys how to manipulate robotic limbs merely by mental will.
Additionally, Elon Musk has developed what is called “neural lace“. Already this technology has been injected into mice, and their brains are one with computers. Researchers hope that such technology could help not only with communication but become a cure for mental illness or Parkinson’s disease.
Researchers estimate that such technology will be available within the next decade. Our great-grandchildren may no longer use what they will consider being outdated smartphones. Instead, they will satiate their technology needs using only the power of their minds.