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Who know the future? Speculate about the future is something like ride a balloon; we don’t know where to go. Through the history men always imagine the upcoming. Scientist, Science-fiction writers, and common people using imagination made future possible. Exploring metaverse looking for interesting places and people I found out St Michel, the first museum in Second Life to honor the life and creative works of the 19th century French author Jules Gabriel Verne. His imagination and attention to detail combined to help him predict many aspects of life that are relevant even to the early 21st century, such as camera-phones and fuel-cells. Jules Verne, together with Hugo Gernsback and H G Wells, is often referred to as the 'Father of Science Fiction'.
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So what about the future? According to Veritas Raymaker SL has a great future as a virtual world, especially because it is founded upon and driven by user-generated content. As we all know, it is the residents in SL who really make SL what it is. However, exploring SL and getting to learn about SL requires a great deal of time and patience. That is SL's biggest strength, yet at the same time it's weakness (because many people do not realize how much time it takes, and therefore leave disillusioned, or with an inaccurate understanding of how SL can help bring cultures closer).
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