Almost everything is getting better

Last week The Millennium Project released its 02011 State Of The Future report, looking at trends for the past twenty years and projecting ahead for the next decade. (Not the 10,000 year future, but still of interest.) You can read an executive summary of the report here.

While the report finds many things to worry about – global warming, terrorism, corruption – overall the trends are surprisingly hopeful, as shown in their chart called ... Full Story »

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by Fabrice Florin - Aug. 10, 2011

Just when I thought we were all doomed, here's a hopeful report from the Millenium Project, courtesy of the Long Now Foundation.

Since our tools don't work well with PDFs, I'm linking to the LongNow Blog, but see attached link for the Millenium Project PDF. And check out the rebuttal from Grist, also linked.

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by Randy Morrow - Aug. 11, 2011

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by Teodor Bita - Aug. 13, 2011

Everything go better, just the governments are stupid, this is the biggest problem of world economy.

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