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UNLESS a giant asteroid slams into earth, there’s a volcanic apocalypse, a global pandemic breaks out or a nearby star explodes and goes supernova on us, the Earth will likely (and hopefully) still be around by the time 2069 rolls in. But what will life be like in five decades from now? We take a look at some Iron Man advancements experts say will be the way of the future.

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