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European Union will collapse by 2040

Most Europeans believe it is a "realistic possibility" that the EU will collapse by 2040, according to a survey by British pollster YouGov for the London-based think-tank, the European Council on Foreign Relations. The European Union will not be able to maintain its free trade dimension so the union itself, including the euro, will more likely disappear by 2040.

We Will Entirely Rely On Renewable Energy For Power Usage by 2050

Famous futurist Ian Pearson said we won't need to use fossil fuels to power things on the ground, like houses and cars, by 2050. Improvements in underwater cabling will allow countries to use solar power from places like the Sahara Desert to power their entire country. Also, nuclear fusion will make great advancements to power homes by 2045.  

3D printers will cut down the jobs for labors as most of the construction jobs will be done by robots by 2057

It is predicted that most of the construction work would be done by gigantic 3D printers that can build an entire house, with electrical and plumbing conduits by 2057. This will cut down approximately 2.7 million jobs for labors. Certainly, people skilled in technology, programming, and engineering will remain in demand, but the potential detriment to blue-collar factory workers could be severe.

Drop in US Economy in United States by 2021

The Federal Reserve stated that the US economic growth will droop down to 2.3% in 2019 that will further fall to 2% in 2020 and then to 1.8% in 2021. This will have a great impact on personal finance, investments and job growth at the global level.

Space Tourism Could Be Feasible by 2050

According to the famous futurist, Ian Pearson, space tourism would be made possible by 2050. Companies like Jeff Bezo's Blue Origin and Elon Musk's SpaceX will make it feasible for people to spend a week in the orbit. But it would only be for those who can afford to pay 100 million quid per trip.

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