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Predictions for the Millennium

These predictions were made by students are from St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School in Alexandria, VA.

Andrea Carrillo, Age 12
I agree with my mom. She says that it is really hard to think about predictions for the future because people say their thoughts and spoil ours or make us think differently. So think, think, think because the decision is up to you!

Neal Rajan, Age 12
My 6-year-old brother said that people will have really small and comfortable airplanes to get around in. People will even go to Seven Eleven in them.

Tatiana Ramallo, Age 12
I think most things people predicted in the past happened because they made them happen. Or they proved it could happen. Or because the things that happened were mistakes. Like when gravity was discovered. When people predict more, more things are invented. So people should make more predictions.

What do you think will happen?
 
 
 

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