What do you think the world will be like in 20 years?

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  1. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA GymArt

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    What do you think the world will be like in 20 years? Will most cars be running on a new type of fuel? Will exotic cars still be around?

    I just made this thread for fun, don't take it too seriously. Just post what you think it could be like.
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  2. Shadow

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    Likely cars will still be on the same gas we're using now but likely there will be a different form of it coming out or being close to releasing.
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  3. GaLaTeA

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    Hopefully cars will have a way of fixing their own dents and paint scratches (wishful thinking, I know). Exotics will still be around, though by that time they may all run on some sort of insanely expensive alternative fuel.
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    natural gas is cheaper and more plentiful. idk why cars aren't on that shit yet.

    electricity and hydrogen will be more and more relevant.

    gas, if it is still majorly consumed, will be on its way out. with prices at $5 already, people won't stand it getting much higher. well, they can't. literally won't be able to afford gas and food and airplanes much longer with the rise in gas prices.

    shit, if the world isn't in another world war, expect to see gas heading out. otherwise every company and person will go bankrupt except the oil company bigwigs - in which case the lower class will slaughter them for their money.
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  5. GaLaTeA

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    You're probably right, since there's a high probability that all mainstream cars will be hybrid with a plug-in option.

    But the petrol prices will still pose a problem.

    Zombie apocalypse. That's the only explanation for China upping their defense budget by 11%.
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