anotherdude: Isn't it weird that scientific progress moves so impressively fast when you're looking at it in retrospect, but so damn slowly when you're waiting for new developments?
We've accomplished so much in the past century as a species (good and bad things), it's like we're moving at the speed of light when you look back on it all. But the specific innovations I am personally waiting for seem to be taking FOREVER.
It's very frustrating. :P
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