Each of us heard grandmas and grandpas mentioning some items we no longer use. But they were a must when our grandparents were still young. Have you ever though what could vanish by the time we have grandchildren? Scientists are already making certain predictions about that and they have all chances to be right. So, what is getting extinct?
We mean those pieces of paper that resting in our wallets. How often do we use them? Not as often as we did some 10-20 years ago. Plastic cards have almost pushed cash away. But, it seems like the era of cards is coming to its end too. Thanks to AndroidPay and ApplePay we can go shopping with a smartphone in a pocket or a smart watch on the wrist. Considering this, wallets might vanish too.
Bad news for all chocolate addicts. Eat as much ow this delicious dessert as you can, because it might disappear soon due to climate change. It is more likely to severely hamper the growth of the cacao plant or even cause its extinction. Food manufacturers are working hard on creating another food that would taste like real chocolate, but at this moment all they got doesn’t really taste good.
Life with glasses is a nightmare, especially when you come to the 3D cinema. But ophthalmologists promise soon everyone will be able to restore their 20\20 vision with smart implants that scan the eye and work to fix all vision issues at a time with no pain. These lenses will be easy to apply and the patients won’t feel them in the eyes.