Tipping points

It’s crazy to think that at the beginning of the 20th century no one is driving a car and then 13 years later everyone was.

That’s a massive shift in how we move people. To think all of the gas stations, all the auto shops, all the cars that had to be built to support that many people in New York.

Indeed, when humankind decides to assemble, we can organize and produce. Hard to imagine what life can even resemble in the decades ahead. What does it look like in 50 years from now? What parts are better and which are worst?