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10 Future Inventions Everyone’s Been Waiting For

Hey future, hurry up. We've been daydreaming about invisibility suits and hoverboards for decades. Here are some more inventions that we really hope materialize.

How Human Cloning Will Work

With movie titles like "Attack of the Clones" and "The Clone Wars," it's no wonder human cloning makes us anxious. As scientists make startling discoveries cloning animals, are humans next?

Why would there be no more fish in 40 years?

According to a study published in Friday's issue of the journal Science, there will be no seafood left to catch by 2048.

What is the biggest energy source of the future?

Iron Man has his arc reactor, the humans in "Avatar" have their unobtanium and what would "Star Trek" be without dilithium crystals? Sadly, we have none of these. So what energy source will power our future?

Will we drive on underground automated highways?

If life is a highway, get ready to take a long subterranean trip. Underground automated highways will allow drivers to relax while self-driving vehicles steer, and tunnels could help conserve land.

Will the world really end in 2012?

Some people believe that the world will end in the very near future -- Dec. 21, 2012, to be exact. It's a date that the Mayans predicted long ago would mark a period of great change, but should we be worried?

Real or Bogus: Green Construction Tech Quiz

Can you tell the difference between amazing technology and amazing fantasy? Take our green construction technology quiz and find out.

How Space Elevators Will Work

A space shuttle launch is expensive -- about $10,000 per pound. The LiftPort Group is developing a new system that could cut the cost down to about $400 per pound. Find out how a space elevator might be your ticket into orbit.

What is the future of the Internet?

In a few short years, the Internet has changed the way we communicate, entertain ourselves and do business with one another. Could it eventually destroy human intellect as well?

How will computers evolve over the next 100 years?

The world's most basic computers used to fill entire rooms. But today, computers are so compact you can carry them wherever you go. So how will our computing devices change in the next century?

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Ultimate Alternative Energy Quiz


The Earth's resources are not infinite -- a fact that finally seems to be sinking in around the world. There are all kinds of options out there for cleaner alternative energy, from the tried and true to the very experimental.

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