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In 2020 there is a world report on the economy by myself. The United States i still getting by but the promise of freedom keeps us alive. Africa due to aid from China has begun to develop slowly as many of there countries turn away from democracy and socialism. Cuba is the worlds strongest economy due to real estate and land developments. France is still France

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I tried to use a euro in the book store and they would not take it. I guess the only option I have right now is to use american money.

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What solution would solve our money problem? I think a universal world currency could really help as well as a global currency could also even out economies across the world.

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A message to the world::: Use proper fuel methods! Our world is becoming polluted by the gas from our cars and the smoke from factories. Our ozone layer cannot take much more until it evaporates from damage and can no longer protect us from the sun. Try driving hybrid cars and finding a safer way to make factories useful

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:45pm — No Comments


The Dead Sea scrolls are valuable and are said to be missing parts of the Bible. Preserved for over 2000 years they were not discovered till the 1940s. They are a crucial link to the past. To preserve these I would lock them in a vault only to be accessed whenever called upon for…


Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:40pm — No Comments


A traditntal success story would be the one of mark Zuckerberg who founded Facebook. He was a Harvard student who dropped out and worked his way to the top and is now one of the worlds wealthiest men and still lives in apartment sleeping in a mattress on the floor.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:34pm — No Comments


In 2020 San Fransisco should have a good resilience play by providing back up shelters to support those who's homes were destroyed in the disaster. Also it should have vaults of food available for back up. As well as metal rods to be inserted into buildings to save the house during an earthquake.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:30pm — No Comments


My city, San Fransico does not have a resilience plan, as a result if an earthquake was to strike the bay area it would not be good. There would be no backup plan the only thing it would want to do is re-build.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:28pm — No Comments


The best way to share info today in a crisis scenario is by social media. Today, 90% of society has a Facebook or twitter and from personal experience it is very clear today that this is the fastest way to share information

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:24pm — No Comments

Women in 2020

Hopefully in 2020 Women will have no discrimination no matter what. I have never seen the big deal in why women can't do certain things. In my eyes any human can accomplish anything they want to. In 2020 I hope there is a widespread equality for all genders.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on April 20, 2015 at 11:20pm — No Comments


For this event I would have man made lake done and into this lake I would find a way to pour tons of fresh water into it for the people to drink from and use freely. This way the people would always have something to drink.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 23, 2015 at 10:46pm — No Comments

Water visionary

I teamed up with my friend Dylan and together we went and bought bulk class of bottled water and took to to poverty stricken neighborhoods and delivered fresh water to families when the pipes were frozen.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 23, 2015 at 10:43pm — No Comments


To help solve the water crisis a lot of people are doing whatever they can to avoid polluting the enviroment. By reducing pollution we can make the air cleaner and provide better rainwater that will nor be wasted so fast

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 23, 2015 at 10:36pm — No Comments


In 2020 I plan to celebrate my 25th Birthday with maybe my wife? I don't think I will have kids yet *knock on wood*. Id hope that i could enjoy it with my family with no obligations, because hopefully we will not be at war with a random country. One can only dream this though because I just can't see this happening. Id like to just go to a nice dinner and spend all that time with friends and family and hopefully go back to a house that I may own and just relax. I hope the world will be like…


Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 19, 2015 at 4:22pm — No Comments


If you think about the majority of Americans spend a lot of time behind a screen. If i could create anything I would try to find a way to conserve the amount of energy that computers take up. I would try to make a device that could capture the energy that they generate and use it to power simple household items.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 19, 2015 at 4:11pm — No Comments


In my hometown there is a house that runs sole on solar power. The outside of the house is lined on the outside with solar panels that absorb light that generates energy and is able to power the wh*** house. Everything except water runs off the sunlight that these panels absorb. This saves a lot money and a lot of electricity that otherwise would be wasted.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 19, 2015 at 4:07pm — No Comments


In 10 years i see a world low on certain resources. Such as wheat, and other crops and the main crop being grown is corn. Perhaps a new dustbowl and the world now in need of farmers to help grow more food. I could definitely see a food problem sprouting up that becomes overshadowed by the government.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 12, 2015 at 12:36am — No Comments


In my hometown my family decided to help increase food security by starting a garden. It wasn't really all that hard to grow produce. It really isn't and I'm surprised people don't do more of it. We decided to go around and give away what we had grown to people in our community. It felt good doing it. We do it maybe once a month and people seem to genuinely appreciate it.

Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 12, 2015 at 12:28am — No Comments

Food Security

I am from a suburb of Myrtle Beach called 'Burgess'. Burgess is realititly nice but there is a part of it that is severely stricken with poverty. I remember my mom telling me she went to the grocery store and bought grocerices for a struggling family. It was around Thanksgiving and I remember my mom telling me that a lot of families were struggling to get food either because they could not afford it or had no way of getting to it. I remember our church started a food drive and I thought it…


Added by Weldon Hunter Brandon on February 12, 2015 at 12:07am — No Comments

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