UK Report Predicts Brain Implants, Revolution
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By Mike Finch
A British defense think tank
predicts possible “key risks and shocks” for the future in a recently released
report. The report predicts microchip brain implants, flash-bombs, Marxist
middle-class revolutionaries, extreme globalization and more, all likely within
The “source document for
the development of UK Defense Policy” was created by the Development, Concepts and Doctrines Centre (DCDC), and will
be used to “shape the UK’s
future defense requirements” until 2036, according to the report.
The report lumps
predictions into four categories: things that will happen (according to the report, more than 95 percent likely,
or “near certainty”), things that are likely/probable
(more than 60 percent likely), things that may/possibly happen (more than 10 percent likely) and things
that are unlikely/improbable
(less than 10 percent likely).
Water scarcity will be a major issue, U.S.
economic crisis is likely, a
pandemic may happen, and
the global financial system may
fail; these are just a few of the predictions of the report. Several
predictions are more futuristic.
“Many commentators anchor
themselves in the familiar present and, exploiting the latest fashion and a
series of telling anecdotes, merely tell people what is already happening,”
Admiral C. J. Parry said. “Much of what we have to say, with regard to both
continuities and discontinuities, does not have a conclusion or ending, happy
or otherwise, because, self evidently, the future has not happened yet.”
Much of the report sounds
like science fiction, but according to the DCDC, science fiction that very
possibly may become reality.
A “hot topic” in the
report is the “scramble for space.” The report claims that space programs will
continue to increase, with many smaller nations entering the fray.
The larger nations
including Russia, the U.S. and China are the few that will send
manned crafts deeper into space to search for resources. This “will raise jurisdictional,
ownership and competitive rights issues.”
Artificial intelligence is
referred to several times in the report, and is “likely to be employed to manage knowledge and support
decision making across government and commercial sectors.”
Genetic modification, “nanobots”
and stem-cell therapies are predicted to create an “increase in human life
span” and an improvement in quality of life, though they could also lead to a
range of threats including bio-warfare and human rights violations.
weapons will probably be
created before 2035. These weapons might be able to wipe out all electronic
devices in a given area without casualties.
Perhaps one of the
strangest predictions in the report consists of microchips that could be
connected to brains, allowing for “synthetic sensory perception beamed directly
to the user’s senses.” This technology could be used to download any amount of
information, and could be used for communication, allowing for a sort of computer-aided
The dramatic increase in
technology gives rise to several “doomsday scenarios,” though the likelihood of
any given scenario is not commented on in the report. Genetic modification,
disease and artificial intelligence are some of the possible causes of doomsday
scenarios other than nuclear weapons. Doomsday scenarios are just a footnote to
the many threats outlined in the report.
The increase of Islamic revolutionary
groups, along with the rise of other militant groups from the disenfranchised
younger generation, are two potentialities referred to several times in the
report as high-level threats. The possibility of middle-class Marxist
revolutions caused by growing gaps between the middle class and the super rich
also could create a threat, as well as the increase of rigid belief systems as
a backlash to the moral relativism prevalent in the world.
Population explosion in
less developed countries and dramatic urbanization will “exacerbate” social
tensions, creating threatening circumstances, especially in poorer regions
around the world including Africa and Asia.
All of these threats are in
addition to the common prediction that the atmosphere will continue to increase
in temperature causing a cacophony of catastrophic problems from melting ice
caps to destroyed ecosystems for fish.
With all these strange and
possibly dire threats and predictions the report curiously concludes, “The
world would be better or, at least, no worse in the future than it is today.”