Tomorrow’s tomorrows

. . . . . . . Who can count the days of the future? Not you. Not I.

. . . . . . . It all reminds me of the red on black digital Debt Clock which adds up the money for government debt in total and divided by individual. That’s one way to look at the future. Bleakly.

. . . . . . . Another way is to print out a bunch of future-dated calendars culled from the Internet and stack them up and put them before a powerful blowing fan. Whoosh! All them dates gone.

. . . . . . . But I think the best way is to look back in your memories at the times we have had that were special enough to remain, and to correlate it roughly with a year in our life, and from there with a year in the Objective Sense.

. . . . . . . Why do we care about the future? Why is future so much more powerful than past or present?

. . . . . . . Perhaps because the future has the most promise to be different.

. . . . . . . The difference-factor is unlimited in a technophiliac future. The more smarter creative types there are roaming around the planet, the greater the changes that are bound to occur.

. . . . . . . And these changes are as likely as to be bad as to be good. The personality kinds of these creative types are all aligned in one direction: amoral creation. They drive neither to be friendly nor unfriendly. They just want to get their kick.

. . . . . . . Therefore you know 3000 is going to be like the year 4000. Megadifferent, megaheartless.

7 thoughts on “Tomorrow’s tomorrows

  1. from the past, some try to hide by designing the future. The real future is a very short outlook that changes every second as it becomes a thing of the past. We often can’t cope with great discoveries. We’ve come up with something, but we can’t use it yet … that’s the frontier of the future ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ™‚ I am the fool ๐Ÿ‘ฝ๐Ÿคก

      1. for sure … everything in the world has a price. Sometimes I look at it very unnecessarily from the chemist’s point of view. The brain doesn’t care if it’s an idea or reality … it still evaluates it the same way ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. I THINK I see what you’re saying, bro. You’re saying perception is the determinant factor, so it may not be in tune with what the objective reality is. What is objective reality anyway? Hm.

          1. there are so many kinds of reality that this question is too difficult for my brain. In any case, at the moment I consider only photography to be a reality. Captured documented moment. Photography is a real horizon of events. But.. I am fool ๐Ÿ˜

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