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futureThe future, this endless stretch of time ahead of us that we won’t grasp until it has passed us.

Where will you be in a year from now or in 5, 10, 20 or 50 years? What will you do, what will you look like, what will you think about the past?

There is no way of telling. We can only guess. But you can have a theoretical glimpse into your future now and send your future self a message.

Disclaimer: This is entertainment! The following sites are not dead serious. Please keep that in mind after passing this line.

Face Your Future Self

Care to find out what you will look like when you’re “old”? The Face Transformer can give you an idea. Below we have the young Steve Martin transformed into the old Steve Martin. Not too bad, is it?

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If you’re in a playful mood, you can also see what you would look like in another race, in an El Greco painting or as a Manga.

Calculate Your Day of Death

The Death Clock is a steady reminder that your life isn’t endless.

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After entering your details you can check the Death Clock and a small window with a countdown will open.

Contact Your Future Self

Unfortunately, it’s not yet possible to change your past self messages. But at FutureMe you can write your future self an eMail now. Remind yourself of all the things you wanted to change or expected yourself to have reached by the time the eMail will be read. No sign up required.

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A weird way to force your future self to look back into the past, way better than a diary. For fun you can view the public FutureMe mails from other people. They have even released a book with the 200 best messages.

Have a Chat with the Creator

If this is all too frustrating, maybe a chat with The Creator will give you a lift. Visit igod, where repenting is made easy.

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What would you do if you had a Flux Capacitor? Where would you let the DeLorean take you to?

Image credits: nahhan

  1. Gary Reichel
    April 19, 2009 at 7:44 am

    Fun post to read. It is well written and the websites are cool.

  2. Titanium Pen
    April 17, 2009 at 11:37 pm

    That igod thing is genius!

  3. macobex
    April 17, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    I like these sites. But the death calculator is really stupid. my classmates used to calculate their life span using that stupid site. My personal pick is FutureMe. It acts like a time capsule, so I can check my improvements within a certain period of time. FutureMe , I think is also a good way to criticize yourself. Thanks for the post

    • Aibek
      April 18, 2009 at 12:53 am

      Yeah FutureMe is pretty cool, I used it during the finals to remind myself to party hard when the finals are over.

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