You have to know the past to understand the present

At this very moment, we are living in the past. The future’s past. Whatever the future may bring, today will irreversibly become the past of the future. But before we get our heads spinning too fast, let’s consider that without today we wouldn’t have a tomorrow. And, for that reason, it’s worth spending a few minutes to understand what’s happening in our world right now, what our collective conscious is debating, and what dialogues are being created.

Photo by George Kedenburg III on Unsplash

Come 2030, we’ll probably do what American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, science popularizer and communicator Carl Sagan suggested: “You have to know the past to understand the present”.

What’s changing: Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Mental energizer

137 is the most important number in the universe.

– From “How Stuff Works

Food for thought

Toxic.

Chosen as word of the year 2018 by the Oxford dictionary. We were privately rooting for inclusive. Maybe next year!

 

This week’s exploration of possible futures was curated with curiosity by Iñaki Escudero, Future Activist.

Click here to share Changes of Tomorrow with a friend or co-worker.