The Aral Sea Disaster

The Aral Sea is (or rather was) a huge saltwater lake with an area of 68,000 km² located between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The Aral Sea used to be the fourth-largest lake in the world in the early 1960s. However, during the following decades, its volume was drastically reduced until it became a small body of […]Read More


Retrofuturism: How Our Vision of the Future Has Changed

Have you ever heard of retrofuturism? If the answer is no, it is still possible that you have already seen this concept embodied in a video game or movie. Retrofuturism is often defined as a cultural and artistic movement, however in its simplest and most fundamental concept, retrofuturism refers to the concept of the future […]Read More


Will there be new languages in the future?

The world is constantly changing. It has always been that way, but this time the rise of social movements and new technological advances have accelerated that process. From time to time new nations are born – some countries achieve positive development while others fall into poverty. Our life expectancy increases, traditional values ​​are replaced by […]Read More