Santa Claus Predictions for 2019
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    • Bad effects of global warming will increase – increased pollution, unseasonal rains, hotter temperatures… across the world


    • Elections in many countries will bring changes in political landscape of countries – good or bad – depending on the perception of people


    • Frequency of natural catastrophes will rise and their impact will be more destructive


    • There is a 75-80% chance of a climate-warming El Niño event by February, according to the latest analysis from the UN’s World Meteorological Organization.


    • The last El Niño event ended in 2016 and helped make that year the hottest ever recorded by adding to the heating caused by humanity’s carbon emissions. The 2019 event is not currently forecast to be as strong as in 2016.


    • El Niño events occur naturally every few years and stem from abnormally high ocean temperatures in the eastern Pacific. They have a major influence on weather around the globe, bringing droughts to normally damp places, such as parts of Australia, and floods to normally drier regions, such as in South America. The high temperatures also cause major bleaching on coral reefs.


    • Social media role will increase in everyone’s lives and people will live more on Fb, Insta, Twitter and Whatsapp than in reality


    • In 2019, a number of technology breakthroughs and trends will become available to the public, for example:


    • 5G compatible laptops to arrive by 2019 thanks to Intel/HP/Lenovo/Dell partnership. 1


    • NASA completes the Unmanned Aerial System Traffic Management (UTM) to manage drone traffic in our skies. 1


    • James Webb Space Telescope is launched into orbit to discover liquid water on other planets 1


    • Global Internet traffic grows to 158 exabytes 1


    • Technology related predictions due to make an impact in 2019 include:


    • Society and the hybrid generation


    • The slow death of the carbon energy era | Future of Energy P1


    • Countries and leaders will have increased discussions on terrorism, cyber attacks, climate change, sanctions; however, much is to be seen on the positive impact of the steps taken to resolve these issues


    • The good economic news for 2019 is that the odds are still against the U.S. economy entering a recession. The bad news, according to many economists, is a series of economic forecasts that calls for growth to not only be slower in the U.S., but also globally.


    • 2018 has been a banner year for economic growth, with the U.S. gross domestic product rising at an annual pace of 3.5% in the third quarter and at 4.2% in the second quarter, according to the Bureau of Economic Statistics. The economy has been firing on most of its cylinders, as consumers spent more, companies invested in inventories, and local governments maintained their spending, the BEA said.
    • Economic growth pops in 2018, boosted by tax cuts, but those benefits should fade in 2019 and growth will get back to its longer-term pace of near 2 percent.



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