Space has traditionally been the domain of sovereign nations; now there would be a need to relook at the terms of engagement with the arrival of non-sovereign players in space exploration and tourism.
Learn to ignore unnecessary information. Further, don’t try and quantify everything in life – enjoy activities without tracking outcomes!
James Web too will answer many others, but on its journey, it will also throw up many surprises and questions for humanity to dwell on
How things transform in the coming era of industry 4.0 and new age robots is difficult to predict. However, employers will have to invest in lifelong learning, and upskilling of employees. On the other hand, we will have to learn to coexist with the robots that we will interact with on nearly a daily basis.
Like any other technology, printed houses may become the norm in the future or remain merely as interesting landscapes in some areas.
The future being talked about is not so far away, and we are all going to be affected and lured into it by choice or necessity. The world is moving towards a point where the digital will be equally if not more valuable than the physical.
As the trajectory of virtual healthcare moves ahead, there is a learning curve for both providers and patients for efficient results. How well we navigate this and help each other in moving along will determine our state of well being.
These leaps of human enquiry into the realm of space represent an audacity of hope and endeavour. They impact our day to day lives in myriad ways.
There are myriad ways one misses a child, simply mind boggling and impossible to recount. The feeling runs deep inside – for me it defies expression.
The office space provides a sort of liberation from the intensely personal space of home. It has an allure than will be hard to overcome completely