In the year 2020 Essay

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In the year 2020








In the year 2020, everything will and must change. From the rule of government to the way
we live our everyday lives, all things will face some type of major or minor change.

Government changes with the times. By the year 2020, with so many world powers, there in
turn will be a more prominent world government system. Decisions will be made for the
concern of the world's population. With pollution and poverty taking the

world by storm, the need for a global governing body would be required to make sure we
could make laws and rules that will help the world. This will make sure that the more
powerful countries would not take advantage of the weaker ones. This global government
will make laws, so that any individual country that would try to do this would be
punished. Some other smaller changes that I think will take place are more females in
higher leadership positions and more changes in the amount of power the President
receives. Amendments should be passed so that the presidents' duties will be set by the
global government to insure less abusiveness of his power. I think there will be a rule
that the President has no say in passing laws. If the Congress feels that a law should be
passed, one person will not be able to veto it. More technology laws must also be passed.
Since technology will be amazingly advanced by that time. Rules about what information
is available for people to see are important. Laws concerning the amount of pollution an
automobile can give off should be even stricter to help the environment.


If the Internet seems amazing to you today, then in 2020, you will be blown away. I
imagine waking up in the morning and having my alarm clock tell me what the weather is,
what I have to do that day, and what is going on in the world. This is just one little
minor change in the way life will be in 2020. No, we will not be in spaceships but our
vehicles won't be the same gas-guzzlers as today. With pollution a concern, the solar
powered car will thrive. The basic features of the cars will be the same but they will be
safer and cost less to maintain. Another noticeable change in technology will be all the
information you can receive from just sitting at home. You can find out what time your
favorite movie is playing and buy your ticket without leaving the house. Researching
facts directly from a professor from 3000 miles away will be like making a phone call.
Everyday chores will be made easier than you have ever imagined. Technology will be
amazing by 2020, but not everyone will have access to it.


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