We need some anti-gravity, stuff that can hover just 1-2 feet, silently, so that in case one falls, there is no injury. Perhaps a belt that generates anti-gravity field and allows us to fly. :) This hoverbike is too noisy for residential areas, but a nice concept. :) If you want more info, go to the company website http://aerofex.com/. The bike is able to travel at 72 km/h (45 mph) and can hover up to 3.7 meters (11 feet) off the ground.
We could have force fields around us that will prevent cold-heat and rain from affecting us, force field bubbles that transport us by flying us to our destination. We could get to the stage where one can enter with the force field bubble into water without a splash like the many stories that been told of UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) turning into USO (Unidentified Submerged Object) without splashing.
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