Seven Future Scenarios

Star Trek Seven Future ScenariosStar Trek (ST): Advancements in science and technology eradicate disease, famine, poverty and war. The creation of an inexhaustible alternative energy source eliminates the need for fossil fuels and alleviates manmade climate change. Humankind evolves beyond  religious and social strife, forming a more open and tolerant global society that values the pursuit of knowledge. (Star Trek television series: 1966-69; created by Gene Roddenberry; starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy.)
Soylent Green One Sheet Seven Future ScenariosSoylent Green (SG): Overpopulation and climate change deplete the global food supply. Starving masses riot in the      streets while the economic and political elite isolate themselves. Governments impose martial law to maintain order. Civilization erodes and teeters on the brink of collapse. (Soylent Green: 1973; directed by Richard Fleischer; starring Charlton Heston, Edward G. Robinson.)
The Road Warrior Seven Future ScenariosRoad Warrior (RW): Rival nations wage war over the world‘s shrinking oil supply, killing hundreds of millions of people. Human infrastructure and the natural environment are devastated. The remaining survivors wander barren wastelands fighting each other for whatever resources they can scavenge. (The Road Warrior: 1982 USA; directed by George Miller; starring Mel Gibson.)
12 Monkeys Seven Future ScenariosTwelve Monkeys (TM): A deadly and highly contagious pathogen spreads rapidly around the world, decimating the human populace. (Twelve Monkeys: 1995; directed by Terry Gilliam; starring Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt.)
Matrix Seven Future ScenariosThe Terminator Seven Future ScenariosMatrix/Terminator (M/T): Advancements in computer and robotic technology lead to the violent overthrow of mankind by the very machines it created to serve. (The Matrix: 1999; directed by The Wachowski Brothers; starring Keanue Reeves, Laurence Fishburne. The Terminator: 1984; directed by James Cameron; starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton.)
Independence Day Seven Future ScenariosIndependence Day (ID): A technologically superior alien race launches a  war against mankind. (Independence Day: 1996; directed by Roland Emmerich; starring Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum.)
Armegeddon Seven Future ScenariosWaterworld Seven Future ScenariosArmageddon/Waterworld (A/W): A cataclysmic event, or series of events, natural and/or manmade, ends the world as we know it. (Armageddon: 1998; directed by Michael Bay; starring Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck. Waterworld: 1995; directed by Kevin Reynolds; starring Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper.)

“And one of the four beasts gave unto the seven angels seven golden vials

full of the wrath of God, who liveth for ever and ever.”

– Book of Revelation –