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The World in 2020

Cirpala Nicolae

Publisher: Cirpala Nicolae

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Summary

Today's world is developing faster than ever and accelerating every hour as we see it in the news. 
Everything that tries to stop goodness development is disappearing, while everything advancing virtue is developing even faster. 
Below are some science fiction stories of human life in 2020. 
Welcome to the fantastic world of 2020. 
Just imagine the peaceful world of 2020. 
In 2020, there are not any borders in the world. People travel freely in any countries they wish. People are free to do business in any part of the world developing their potential for the well-being of humankind. 
Finally, after so much time everybody could say Socrates words "I am a Citizen of the World, and my Nationality is Goodwill". 
All Countries stops...

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