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The World Tomorrow - the Next Decade

In the absence of time travel and non-fallible assumptions, the human species is limited to intelligence, data, history and trends in attempting to see around the curve into the reality of tomorrow, its systems and events.

Any inclination of what tomorrow holds could provide for better preparations and adjusted security for many people via related hedges and precautionary measures in anticipation of the things to come. 

But knowing what is to come in spite of applications of science and technology is never clear cut because the future is perpetually altered by man and his undertakings. Yet, some of us, based upon current affairs, knowledge, experience, trends and a little understanding of prevailing systems, remain brave enough to render our renditions of the sphere that awaits humanity tomorrow.

Since the winter of 2013, I've taken the leap to provide some insight of possibilities in the forthcoming year and decade, as is the case in 2020. I've been correct a number of times. However, on my other occasions, my predictions have remained unfulfilled. 

With that said, on December 19, I will start my view of 2020 by offering an overview: The World in 2020; December 20 - The World in 2020 - Africa; December 21 - The World in 2020 - Canada and Mexico; December 22 - The World in 2020 - the Caribbean; December 23 - The World in 2020 - Central and South America; December 26 - The World in 2020 - the Middle East; December 27 - The World in 2020 - Asia; December 28 - The World in 2020 - Europe; December 29 - The World in 2020 - China; and ending December 30 with - The World in 2020 - The United States of America. 

My views will be untainted, blunt and uninfluenced by any system.