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Here are some links to places where futurists and others predict what will come to pass as time rolls on. It will focus on social, societal and political items as well as those from technology and science and other topics that seem interesting. They are almost never accurate, of course; and some are more serious than others. And that is all part of the fun. But they will give you food for thought as you try to visualize where we are headed. Have fun.
[Since these are all internal links, they do not open new pages in your web browser. To return here, just use the "Back" button. Some of these are fairly old, now; but they still contain useful "getting started" information.]
The Church's Internet
edition of The Scriptures is a big help. The LDS Tech
website provides information on computer and website technical
services, and involvement ideas for the technically inclined.
And unofficially the LDS Scripture Citation
Index at the BYU.eBusiness
Center provides an invaluable modern aid. And BYU now hosts the Encyclopedia
or Mormonism at the Harold B. Lee Library website.
Also unofficially, the More
Foundation sponsors MormonWiki, an encyclopedia of positive
content about members of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints. Other Church links may be seen in the Sources of Related and Other Information
section of theConstruction
of the Edmonton Temple website. Other official and
unofficial resources may be found in the Related
Websites and Resources section of theConstruction
of the Edmonton Temple website. This latter section
includes links to a tasteful and frank discussion that is very
helpful and long overdue: "And
It Was Very Good: A Latter-day Saint’s Guide to Lovemaking."