Digging into surprise….

500 years from now, an archaeologist accidentally stumbles on the ruins of your home, long buried underground. What will she learn about early-21st-century humans by going through (what remains of) your stuff?

From pats and pans to mobile and cans everything will be a surprise for them.

They will be surprised with the prized possession they have dug out and will display them proudly.

Some might even make the headlines like “A rare species of device is discovered which analyst assume was used to make calls in the 21st Century”. After 500 years technology might take a leap and people have device built in the human body. Arm being your dial pad and ear equipped with device to listen to the caller.

The discovery of bottles and taps assuming scarcity of water after 500 years will be termed as a major achievement.Analyst will present the tap to an audience as follows:

Just by turning the handle of this equipment they received as much water as they liked.

 

The reaction from the audience will be “We can’t believe it!!!”

Books will be a thing of the past and it will be another exciting material they would have found.

A special team will investigate the importance of “i” and Apple as a host of objects having Apple and iPad, iPhone etc. will be discovered.

Above all they will discover the existence of love, family, social life and bonding with the photographs and videos they discover and a new chapter of connecting with people will start in the era….

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