Great Foresight Images
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Add your best foresight pictures, your best possible, probable and preferable future visions, that you find on the web to the appropriate wiki subpages below this page. 

Please don't put any images on this page, but on image subpages in the appropriate category (Positive, Mixed, or Negative). Here are the available image subpages. Click the appropriate page below:

    Top Foresight Images
    Science, Evolution, and Development Images
    Technology (Engrg, Infotech, Sociotech, Cognotech, Biomedtech) Images
    Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Images
    Economics, Capitalism, Finance, Globalization, and Innovation Infrastructure Images
    Politics, Security, Democracy, Rights, Health Care, and Sustainability Infrastructure Images
    Culture: Society, Ethics, Media, Art, Design, Education, Religion Images
Organizations: Org. Leadership, Mgmt, Innovation, Entrep., Sustain & Development Images
    Personal: Family, Relationships, Careers, and Lifestyle Images

Fair Use: Like the blogs in StumbleUpon and other social web browsing platforms, we are assuming it is fair use for this educational wiki to redisplay images found other websites that 1) don't have copyright marks on them, and 2) don't have language on the homepage forbidding you to redisplay their images (look for this before you copy any images).

Image Display Instructions:
1. Make sure your image doesn't have a copyright mark or language at the source site forbidding you to redisplay the image
2. Begin with a title on the image page.
Give a brief explanatory caption below your picture, in 10 point type. You are encouraged to write the caption in your own words. 
If you borrow writing from the source website instead or in addition, put that writing "in quotations." 

Please don't post any images on this page, thanks. Post them on subpages.

Example post (in 10 point type):

Sky City
Tokyo's Sky City 1000
Source: Takenaka Corporation website.
Artist's rendition of Sky City 1000 a 1,000 meter high skyscraper that will house 100,000 people in Tokyo, if Takenaka Corp gets to build it. It was featured in Extreme Engineering: Sky City, on the Discovery Channel. These "megaskyscrapers" allow four times as many people to live in the same space and use half the resources of ordinary homes. Sky City would have 30 mph elevators, electric trains, and open air greenspace every few floors. Takenaka engineers would use similar construction to Taipei 101, the tallest skyscraper in the world at present. Would you be willing to live in this swanky termite mound if the price was right? :) - John Smart

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