Today we celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the solar eclipse that, on May 29, 1919, physicist Arthur Eddington observed, seeking to test the General Theory of Relativity.
The ground under your feet is literally moving. The continents are drifting apart near an average rate of one inch per year.
The kingfisher bird has to dive after fish rapidly without busting its beak. Japanese scientists looked into the physics of this, and redesigned the noses of their bullet trains.
In this vision, thanks to AI, work is to become an obsolete concept as we all sit around on the beach collecting a monthly paycheck from the government.
Even James Lovelock, who created Gaia Theory, now worries that environmentalism has become a religion.