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 China in 2025 as seen by the WEF (but i'd be curious how THEY narrate about themselves.) http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Scenario_ChinaWorld2025_ExecutiveSummary_2010.pdf China in 2025 as seen by the WEF (but i'd be curious how THEY narrate about themselves.) http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Scenario_ChinaWorld2025_ExecutiveSummary_2010.pdf
-==== The World in 2030 ==== 
-**GLOBAL TRENDS 2030: ALTERNATIVE WORLDS** as seen by the US National Intelligence Council >> http://globaltrends2030.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/global-trends-2030-november2012.pdf +see also [[world in 2030]][[world in 2034]]etc
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-<blockquote>There is no denying that imagining possible futures is interesting. The problemhowever, is that despite the fact scenario planning has been with us for nearly forty years now, we’re still not very good at forecasting the future. And perhaps this is not surprising, as the number of possible scenarios grows exponentially when we look ahead just a few months, let alone years. Any forecasting exercise involving human interaction is ultimately flawed. It seems we just don’t have to tools for thinking about the future of society and business in the long run. Beyond what we call ‘epistemic arrogance’ or to put it more simplyimagining that people can predict things about people, professional forecasters commit three errors. +
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-http://www.forbes.com/sites/silberzahnjones/2013/01/17/lady-gaga-world-president-by-2030-why-the-forecasters-so-often-get-it-wrong/ +
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 (documented exercizes of [[:forecasting and prediction]]) (documented exercizes of [[:forecasting and prediction]])
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