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imagine that you must create an esssay for a time capsule. in one hundred years, your descendants will read what you have written. how would you describe the world you are living in today? give examples to show that our world has positive or negative points.

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I'd talk about the technology our world has today and what kind of technology there was in 1914, to compare and contrast the technology in 1914 to the technology in 2014, to the technology in 2114. as one example of a positive point. if that makes sense?
as a couple examples of a negative point, I'd talk about the economy and violence. I'm not sure if that's exactly what you're looking for, but if you need help then I'm here. good luck!!

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