When I'm 90 years old, I think the world will look a hundred times different. And the reason I say that is because I'm 14 years old, right? And so, when I was little, I remember there was a -- like, I guess, I think my generation is a generation where we -- we still kind of witnessed older technology to newer technology. So I remember when I was little, we would have this monitor in our family room. We still had box TVs. In fact, I think we threw away our box TV like a few years ago. I remember radios. I remember the older cars and everything. And in those fourteen years, the amount of stuff that's changed is like mind-boggling to me, right? Like now we have semi-autonomous vehicles, right? We have AirPods, wireless things, Bluetooth and whatnot, 5G networks. And if that's happened in such a short amount of time, I think the rate of technology and advancements in technology is going to be exponential. And so, I guess what I think the world will look like is floating buildings, you know, like skyscrapers. I think New York City now will be like the world everywhere, you know? I think Dubai will be the world everywhere. I think these technologically advanced cities that we see today is gonna become the world. I think that, I also think that the future will be a little more greener. I think that moving forward, all the skyscrapers will be -- will run on renewable resources, right? Wind energy, solar energy. So I think when I'm 90 years old, the world will be a lot more technologically advanced, but I think hopefully for the better. There will definitely be negatives, but everything has negatives and positives.