10 Things Entrepreneurs Don’t Learn in College

I’ve written before on 10 reasons Parents Should Not Send Their Kids to College and here is also Eight Alternatives to College but it’s occurred to me that the place where college has really hurt me the most was when it came to the real world, real life, how to make money, how to build a business, and then even how to survive when trying to build my business, sell it, and be happy afterwards. Here are the ten things that if I had learned them in college I probably would’ve saved/made millions of extra dollars, not wasted years of my life, and maybe would’ve even saved lives because I would’ve been so smart I would’ve been like an X-Man.


1. How to Program – I spent $100,000 of my own money (via debt, which I paid back in full) majoring in Computer Science. I then went to graduate school in computer science. I then remained in an academic environment for several years doing various computer programming jobs. Finally I hit the real world. I got a job in corporate America. Everyone congratulated me where I worked, “you’re going to the real world,” they said. I was never so happy. I called my friends in NYC, “money is falling from trees here,” they said. I looked for apartments in Hoboken. I looked at my girlfriend with a new feeling of gratefulness—we were going to break up once I moved. I knew it.


In other words, life was going to be great. My mom even told me, “you’re going to shine at your new job.”


Only one problem: when I arrived at the job, after 8 years of learning how to program in an academic environment—I couldn’t program. I won’t get into the details. But I had no clue. I couldn’t even turn on a computer. It was a mess. I think I even ruined people’s lives while trying to do my job. I heard my boss whisper to his boss’s boss, “I don’t know what we’re going to do with him, he has no skills.” And what’s worse is that I was in a cluster of cubicles so everyone around me could hear that whisper also.


So they sent me to two months of remedial programming courses at AT&T in New Jersey. If you’ve never been in an AT&T complex it’s like being a stormtrooper learning how to go to the bathroom in the Death Star where, inconceivably, in six Star Wars movies there is no evidence of any bathrooms. Seriously, you couldn’t find a bathroom in these places. They were mammoth but if you turned down a random corner then, whallah!—there might be an arts & crafts show. The next corner would have a display of patents, like “how to eliminate static on a phone line – 1947″. But I did finally learn how to program.


I know this because I ran into a guy I used to work with ten years ago who works at the same place I used to work at. “Man,” he says, “they still use your code.” And I was like, “really?” “Yeah,” he said, “because its like spaghetti and nobody can figure out how to modify it or even replace it.”


So, everything I dedicated my academic career to was flushed down the toilet. The last time I programmed a computer was 1999. It didn’t work. So I gave up. Goodbye C++. I hope I never see you and your “objects” again.


2. How to Be Betrayed. A girlfriend about 20 years ago wrote in her diary. “I wish James would just die. That would make this so much easier. Whenever I kiss him I’m thinking of X”. Where X was a good friend of mine. Of course I put up with it. We went out for several more months. It’s just a diary, right? She didn’t really mean it! I mean, c’mon. Who would think about someone else when kissing my beautiful face? I confronted her of course. She said, “why would you read through my personal items?” Which was true! Why would I? Don’t have I have any personal items of my own I could read through? Or a good book, for instance, to take up my time and educate myself? Kiss, kiss, kiss.


Why can’t they have a good college course called BETRAYAL 101. I can teach it. Topics we will cover: Betrayal by a business partner, betrayal by investors, betrayal by a girlfriend (I’d bring in a special lecturer to talk about betrayal by men, kind of like how Gwynneth Paltrow does it in Glee), betrayal by children (since they cleverly push the boundaries right at the limit of betrayal and you have to know when to recognize that they’ve stepped over the line, betrayal by friends/family (note to all the friends/family that think I am talking about them, I am not—this is a serious academic proposal about what needs to be taught in college)—you help them, then get betrayed – how to deal with that?


Then there are the more subtle issues of betrayal – self-sabotage. How you can make enough money to live forever and then repeatedly find yourself in soup kitchens, licking envelopes, attending 12 step meetings, taking medications, and finally reaching some sort of spiritual recognition that it all doesn’t matter until the next time you sink even lower. This might be in BETRAYAL 201. Or graduate level studies. I don’t know. Maybe the Department of Defense needs to give me a grant to work on this since that’s who funds much of our education.


3. Oh shoot, I was going to put Self-Sabotage into a third category and not make it a sub-category of How to Be Betrayed. Hmmm, how do I write myself out of this conundrum. College, after all, does teach one how to put ideas into a cohesive “report” that is handed in and graded. Did I form my thesis, argue it correctly, conclude correctly, not diverge into things like “Kim Kardashian will never be the betrayer, only the betrayed.” But this brings me to: Writing. Why can’t college teach people how to actually write. Some of my best friends tell me college taught them how to think. Thinking has a $200,000 price tag apparently and there is no room left over for good writing.


And what is good writing? It’s not an opinion. Or a rant. Or a thesis with logical steps, a deep cavern underneath, beautiful horizons and mountaintops at the top. It’s blood. It’s Carrie-style blood. Where everyone has been fooling you until that exact moment when now, with the psychic power of the written word, you spray pig blood everywhere, at everyone, and most of all you are covered in blood yourself, the same blood that pushed you out of your mother’s womb, until just the act of writing itself is a birth, a separation between the old you and the new you—the you that can no longer take the words back, the words that now must live and breathe and mature and either make something of themselves in life, or remain one of the little blips that reminds us of how small we really are in an infinite universe. [See also, 33 Unusual Tips to Be a Better Writer]


4. Dinner Parties. How come I never learned about dinner parties in college. Sure, there were parties among other people who looked like me and talked like me and thought like me—other college students of my age and rough background. But Dinner Parties as an adult are a whole new beast. There are drinks and snacks beforehand where small talk has to disguise itself as big talk and then there’s the parts where you know that everyone is equally worried about what people think about them but that still doesn’t help at those moments when you talk and you wonder what did people think of me? Nobody cares, you tell yourself, intellectually rifling through pages of self-help blogs in your mind that told you that nobody gives a sh*t about you. But still, why don’t we have a class where there’s Dinner Party after Dinner Party and you learn how to talk at the right moments, say smart things, be quiet at the right moments, learn to excuse yourself during the mingling so you can drift from person to person. Learn how to interrupt a conversation without being rude. Learn how to thank the host so you can be invited to the next party. And so on. Which brings me to:


5. Networking. Did it really take 20 years after I graduated college before someone wrote a book, “Never Eat Alone.” Why didn’t Jesus write that book. Or Plato. Then we might’ve read it in religious school or it would’ve been one of those “big Thinkers” we need to read in college so we can learn how to think. I still don’t know how to network properly so this paragraph is small. I’m classified under the DSM VI as a “social shut-in”. I’d like to get out and be social but when the moment comes, I can only make it out the door about one in ten times. I always say, “I’d love to get together” but then I don’t know how to do it. Perhaps because not one dollar of my $100,000 spent on not learning how to program a computer was also not spent on learning how to network with people. [See also, my recent TechCrunch article, “9 Ways to be a Super-Connector“]


6. Politics. My very first girlfriend, the girl who first laughed hysterically when I showed her a piece of chewing gum I found on the ground that had sculpted itself into the muddy shape of a heart, took me to a movie called “Salvador”. Then there was a discussion group afterwards about how the Contras are bad, or good, I forget, and everyone was nodding and speaking in a Spanish accent. And afterwards my girlfriend was upset, “why aren’t you talking?” Because truth was I was so tired I couldn’t think but nobody ever taught me how to tell the truth so I lied and said, “it moved me so much I’m still absorbing it” and my girlfriend said, “yeah, I can see that.” And nobody ever taught me that there’s more than one acceptable opinion on a college campus.


My roommate for instance would tell me, “Reagan is definitely getting impeached this time.” And I visited his dad’s mansion over Christmas break and he told me all about Trotskyism and the proletariat and I had to work jobs 40 hours a week while taking six courses so I could A) graduate early and B) pay my personal expenses and when I would run into him he had long hair and would nod about how a lot of the college workers (but not the lowest-paid, poorest treated ones—the students who worked) were thinking of unionizing and he was helping with that. “Do you have a job?” I asked and he said, “no time”. And that’s politics in college.


What about the real politics of how people try to backstab you at the corporate workplace or VCs never properly explained the “ratchet” concept to you before they kicked you out of the company and then re-financed. Nobody told me a thing about that in three years of college and two years of graduate school. I wish I would’ve known that for my $100,000.


7. Failure. Goes without saying they don’t teach you this. If you are going to pay $100,000, why would you fail? You might think you were wasting your money if the first mandatory elective you had to take was about failure. About wondering how you were going to feed your family after you got fired when something that was not your fault: Post-Traumatic-Lehman-Stress Syndrome, a common medical condition coming up in the DSM VII.


8. Sales. When I was busy learning how to “not program” nobody ever taught me how to sell what it was I was programming. Or sell myself. Or sell out. Or sell my ideas and turn them into money. Or sell a product to someone who might need it. Or even better, sell it to someone who doesn’t need it. Some business programs might have courses on salesmanship but those are BS because everyone automatically gets As in MBA programs so that the schools can demonstrate what good jobs their students get so they then get more applicants and the scam/cycle continues. But sales: how to demonstrate passion behind an idea you had, you built, you signed up for, so that people are willing to pay hard-earned after-tax money for it, is the number one key to any success and I have never seen it taught (properly) in college.


9. Negotiation. You’ve gotten the idea, you executed, you made the sale and now…what’s the price. What part of your body will be amputated in exchange for infinite wisdom. Will you give up one eye? Or your virility? Because something has to go if you are up against a good negotiator? What? You already thought (like most people without any experience do) that you were already a good negotiator. A good negotiator will skin your back, tattoo it with “SUCKA” and hang it up above the fireplace in his pool house if you don’t know what you are doing. The funny thing is, the best sales people (who are just aiming for people to say “Yes!”) are often the worst negotiators (“it’s very hard to say “No” when you are trying to get people to “Yes”). These are things I wish I had learned in school. I’ve been beaten in negotiations on at least five different occasions, which fortunately became five valuable lessons I’ve learned the hard way, instead of studying examples and being forced to think about it for the $100k in debt I got going to college.


People will say, “well, that’s your experience in college. Mine was very different.” And it’s true. You joined the sororities and learned how to network and dinner party and be political and know everything there is to know about betrayal. My college experience was sadly unique and probably different from everyone else’s so you would be completely right to quote me that inane statistic about how college graduates earn 4% more than high school graduates and are consequently 4% happier .


(Another thing, 10. Happiness. We never learn how it’s a combination of the food we eat, our health, our ability to be creative, our ability to have sound emotional relationships, our ability to find something bigger than ourselves and our egos to give up our spiritual virginity to.)


So I can tell you what I wish I did. I wish I had gone to Soviet Russia, and played chess, and then gone to India and learned yoga and health, and I wish I had gone to South America and volunteered for kids with no arms, and did any number of things. But people then say, “haha! but that cost money.” And they would be right. It would cost less than $100,000+ but would still cost some money. I have no idea how much.


But one of these days when the scars of college go away and I truly learn how to think. I might have better comebacks for these people. Or if I truly learn, I would learn not to care at all.

courtesy : techcrunch.com

about the author :

James Altucher is an investor, programmer, author, and entrepreneur. He is Managing Director of Formula Capital and has written 6 books on investing. His latest book is I Was Blind But Now I See. You can follow him@jaltucher.




Terrorism is the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion. No universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition of terrorism currently exists. Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror), are perpetrated for a religious, political or ideological goal, deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants(civilians), and are committed by non-government agencies. However, terrorism is also the act of personal revenge, disperse ideology, relegious brain washing and extremism.



In todays 21st century, where every thing is on your finger tips, no universal law, criminal law is available for act of terrorism. It might be because international law makers did not find much time to make a legally binding or law. Or it may also be possible that, terrorism is an act that is hard to study and understand. Statistics shows that, 2 out of 100 terrorist have been identified, accepted the act or even blamed some party for the act. One of the possible reasons, why terrorists are not caught or identified, may be blasting themselves in the population. This kinds of acts gives the investigators really tough time.


In some part of the world, terrorism is practiced for getting religous goals. They train younge people, usually teenagers and religiously brain wash them by motivating them for an act of attack. The term brain washing is a general word for a common activity practiced in every religion. In some religion, the missionaries brain wash teenagers, diverting them towards the target religion. One of their targets are to create cloud of hatred people against their own religion. It is natural phenomenon, one get bored of some thing until and unless some thing new is introduced. This concept fails  in religion concepts, but any how they do follow these tricks and are successes over some population, such as conversion of hundreds of muslims from islam to cristianity.

It is also noticed that the act of terrorism is a symbol of power in some part of world. The political parties hire gangs and outlawyers for their defend and acomplishments of demands. These activities are mostly noticed in south asian countries. For the one reason this mode of political advertisement is really a benchmark, because contacts in civil society of population exceeding millions really matters. The very first definition of terrorism “Forcing some one, group of people to act upon some desired task,” is mirror of social values and activities of south asian countries. The funniest part is that, the party leaders, even the men in government speak of equal rights and justice but what class of people are involved in justice making policies, are rarely known by lay man.

Today the word “Terrorism”, is a benchmark for some countries, such as USA, Afghanistan, Iraq and other countries approaching for super power category. However it is fact that, no body knew the word terrorism before 9/11. All those activities are the act of terrorism which is not done by your own will and self esteem. But the important part is to diffrenciate between clarification and brain washing, because the above definition is not valid for forcing kids doing their homework.

Middle East, Born In Crises.

The Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin once said that there are decades when nothing happens and then there are weeks when decades happen. While Lenin’s sentiment consummately captures the revolutionary contagion currently sweeping across the Middle East, any further comparison between the Arab revolt and classical socialist theories of revolution would be difficult to justify: what we are witnessing in the Middle East today is a quintessential, atypical people’s revolution driven by university educated youth who are not only financially secure but also extremely cosmopolitan in their outlook.

These young revolutionaries have enhanced the power of social networking to mobilise their peers, workers, political organisations, NGO’s, the young, the old and even the normally disinterested to materialise what Stathis Gourgouris recently described as the essence of revolution: The people’s removal of their consent to power.
There is as such a much deeper historical undercurrent informing the protest movement, one that strongly resonates with the most basic of human aspirations and which dictates that freedom and honour – like the air that we breathe – are the lifeblood of all people, even when they remain for long periods of time beyond our collective gaze.  Reflecting on the historical context that has shaped the modern Middle East places the current phase of popular revolution in much sharper perspective.
The modern Middle East was born in crisis. Remnants of the Ottoman and Safavid Empires of the 19th century, the countries of this realm only took the form of modern nation states after passing through the brutal mill of European colonialism. Whereas state formation in Europe took centuries to develop, countries in the Middle East were created by the veritable stroke of a pen; by a line drawn on a map; by a decision taken in a smoke-filled boardroom.
The results were catastrophic and for the people of this realm the transition from sultanic patronage, to colonial subject, to modern citizen of an autocratic state was overwhelming: little, if any, consideration was given to their political aspirations.
‘Top-down order’
The political establishment in the modern Middle East has thus always been structured in a top-down order.  The colonial legacy not only created boundaries that prioritised the exclusive interests of the Motherland, it also created political elites that were drawn exclusively from the classes of Tribal Chieftains and Urban Notables. In cases where these structures were overthrown in the postcolonial period, they were ultimately replaced by military dictatorships and the people were left out in the proverbial cold.

After freeing themselves from the shackles of colonialism, the Arab regimes were not able to make a smooth transition to political systems of representative governance. With the exception of the constitutional regimes of Iran and Turkey, all of the Arab states are ruled by either military dictatorships or absolute monarchies.
In addition to the challenges of internal transformation, the Middle East was also burdened with the external pressure of interference by the powerful regimes of the West, primarily due to massive oil reserves and the Region’s strategic location as the bridgehead between Europe and Asia.
What the current upheaval unquestionably affirms is that the political landscape of the Middle East is being irrevocably transformed. The Middle East has not been able to cohere as a strong independent regional bloc since the emergence of the modern system of nation states. This has been largely due to the role played by external powers that have manipulated the political orientation of the region in favour of their own vested interests.
Post-Cold War era
In the post-Cold War period, the United States of America has held unchallenged sway over the region and has manipulated the politics of the Middle East in accordance with its own strategic objectives, primarily its concerns over access to oil and keeping the rising powers of China, Russia and India in check.
Such control has been maintained by two major strategies. The first has been unconditional support for the State of Israel, a settler colonial enclave that is completely foreign to the cultural matrix of the region. Israel has acted as America’s watchdog in the region in return for unconditional support for its own aspiration of maintaining an exclusivist Jewish homeland in the heart of the Middle East.
The second American strategy has been to maintain loyal local proxies by turning a blind eye to the internal oppression within these authoritarian regimes. Some of the USA’s closest allies in the region, countries like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, the UAE and Jordan, are longstanding dictatorships that have shown no inclination to internal reform and political liberalisation.
As such, the greatest achievement of the revolution currently underway is that it has spawned a new political geography. With the collapse of Egypt alone, a major pivotal state in the region, American influence in the Middle East could be drastically reduced. Furthermore, Israel would no longer be in a position to act with impunity against its Arab neighbours, as was the case in Lebanon in 2006 and Gaza in 2008/9; its deterrent capacity in favour of its own interests and that of its American Master will therefore be severely curtailed.
In the post-Cold War era, countries can no longer be divided into the three neat categories of West-Aligned, Soviet-Aligned or Non-Aligned. As such, the potential emergence and forging of new alignments in global politics may well be one of the most significant consequences of the ending of the Cold War. But in spite of these dramatic transformations, the Middle East is still very far from being able to crystallise into a new power configuration that reflects regional integrity and cohesion and which stands united as a powerful new bloc in global politics.
However, the potential for such a development is not far-fetched and such a vision has already been eloquently articulated by the Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, in his book Stratejik Derinlik (Strategic Depth) published in 2001 that theorises on the importance of a shift in global politics from a unipolar world order to a multipolar world order.
The main thesis of Davutoglu’s book is that a nation’s value in world politics is predicated on its geo-strategic location and historical depth. According to this theory regional powers need to counterbalance their dependencies upon the West by courting multiple alliances to maintain the balance of power in their regions. The premise of this argument is that core regional states should not be dependent upon any one actor and should actively seek ways to balance their relationships and alliances so that they can maintain optimal independence and leverage on the global and regional stage.
‘Biased interventions’
As such, key core states like Brazil, Russia, China, India, South Africa and Turkey have an important role to play in moderating the biased interventions of the United States in global politics. This can be achieved by forging strong regional alliances that impact positively upon the independent regional blocs and therefore upon global politics as a whole. Although Europe as a region has consciously tied its fate to that of the United States of America, it too, holds tremendous potential to impact more positively upon global governance by asserting a far more independent role.
Being the world’s only Hegemon, America will continue to pursue its vested interests and is unlikely to be deterred by moral considerations when weighing its options on the global political stage. The only way in which the USA will make concessions in the Middle East – or anywhere else for that matter – is if it is forced to do so.
What the Arab masses have taught us at this very important juncture in their history is that they are not only ready to purge their homeland of dictatorship, but that they are also no longer content with accepting a global political discourse that allows established democracies in the West to entrench and maintain tin-pot dictators abroad.  If freedom and honour are concepts that have managed to spark a revolution in the Arab world, than equal rights for all is most certainly an aspiration that is also capable of transforming an unjust world order.
This is most certainly not a burden that can be carried by the revolutionary masses of the Arab world alone. What they have done is to put on the table the prospect of a multipolar system of governance in which core states within strong regional blocs play a more decisive role in the politics of their regions as well as in the international sphere. Turkish foreign policy has given much leadership in this regard with specific reference to the Middle East.
Other countries would do well to pay careful attention to the Turkish example and to consequently play a more assertive role in the international sphere in a manner that strengthens a multipolar world order by means of cooperation between core regional blocs so as to ensure that interventions in regional and international crises are informed by common values and not vested interests. While such consensual action may result in moderating the role played by the United States of America in the international sphere, it will ultimately contribute to a far more just world order.

Prophecies, Predictions For 2011-2012

Islamophobia Will Grow around The World. Muslims Will Make Islam Worst, Cruel, Violent, Intolerant Religions Of The 21st century.Followers Of Islam will be unwelcomed around the world & Muslims will face Dislike and Discriminati

on in Every Nation in 2011.Saudi Arabia UAE Iran Kuwait Qatar Indonesia

Pakistan will Continue to Support Fund Islamic Terrorism Around The World aimed at the Revival of Islams Global Ascendancy & Eventual Domination but will meet with Great failure & destruction. Millions Of Muslims Will


Die around The World As punishment from Allah.Many Of the Young Muslims Will Abandon Islam In The Future due to its Distortion and misinterpretation.


Space Exploration and Tourism Will grow. India, China, Russia, USA will Reach  for the Planets & Space stations.For Science will make Rapid Strides with building of fast Rockets with great speed & landing on moon by 2025. & 2040 Four Nations will reach Moon for Scientific Research, Finding Minerals & human settlement.Fossil Fuels Will be Replaced with New Generation Fuels made from Atoms ,Hydrogen & Solar Energy in the future.Space Tourism Will Grow in Future.


America & China Will face More Natural Disasters like Tornadoes Hurricanes Typhoons Torrential Rains Snow Storms Floods Earthquakes leading to much destruction of lives & property.Barack Obama Ratings will fall in 2011 & American Economy will weaken. People Of America Will loose faith in Obama but he will be a good president America has seen. Influence Of America Will Decline In World affairs.America will continue to sell weapons to Pakistan and thereby endangering world peace.American Wrong Policies will continue to promote terrorism & Islamic Extremism, Instability In The World, killing of its own Citizens & Soldiers throughout the world by Pakistan based terrorist groups.Unemployment will increase in USA in future.American government will make America the nation of hypocrites. India & America will Work together in future to make Great achievements in the field of science, Space and Economy. Any Country  of the world Who will Run Their Goverments on Guidance and Support From America And China Will Invite Chaos And Suffering.

China’s Hegemony Will Grow Around The World In International Affairs & Chinese Government Will Indulge in False Propaganda against countries and hoodwink its own public. China will be great threat to world peace and will provoke, Adopt Coercive policies,Threaten its neighbours & create misunderstanding among nations of The World.It will Clandestinely Sell Dangerous missiles and Nuke technology to many rogue nations to destabilize the world peace and being irresponsible nations.China will be a great threat to America, Japan, India and other smaller nations in 2011. China Will Never Be A Great Country In The Future but Great Economy. It will face more Disgrace,Unrest & Violent Uprisings in its country.It Will Continue To persecute Torture Execute its people and many religious and spiritual groups leaders in labor camps & secret prisons. Tibetan Buddhists, Muslim Uighurs, and underground Protestants and Catholics will be Arrested & killed. China will Also Secretly prepare to Attack India in Few Years & Fuel Insurgency supplying weapons and give Support, training to Terrorists.There will be great rise in Suicides, divorces in china.Chinese government and companies will Counterfeit Goods of major countries of the world and sell them under fake names & ;labels of countries.China will face floods , man made disasters & Extreme Temperatures fury and many people will be displaced & affected.China will also interfere in internal affairs of smaller countries.It will become most Deceitful, Disliked & Untrustworthy nations of the world.

India Will Be The Great Power by 2035 Spiritually Economically Militarily.Indian Economy Will Have Slowdown in 2011 With its GDP Growth Rea

ching 8.0% .Great Scientific Discoveries will be made by Indians Throughout the world. It will become one of the Richest Countries of The world. India’s Great Sanatana Dharma, Yoga, Spirituality, Popularity Will Soar Worldwide.Inflation & Interest Rates Will Continue to be High In 2011 in India & government of india will lie to its people bymanipulating Statistics.Stock Markets Will Touch New Heights But will Decline in middle of 2011.Gold and Silver prices will also Rise.Crime Will Soar In India 2011, Prostitution & Drug Peddling and Mafia will flourish under the goverment protection. Goverment of india will Lie to its own public.


European Countries will see their economy getting weaker with a slowdown in 2011 and public revolting against their own governments shameless and immoral government heads.Unemployment will increase in Europe. Famous Politicians loosing elections with humiliating defeats.Much of the World discovery’s , Inventions, Jobs Will Come from China and India.Western Countries will face much extreme weather conditions bringing life to standstill and economic loss.

ollywood Movies Will become More Popular Throughout The

World And actors will achieve world recognition. International Celebrity Aishwarya Rai Will Find It Difficult To Be a Mother And Conceive A Child.
Kareena Kapoor And Saif Ali Khan Will Not have Happy Married Life in The Future.

Shah Rukh Khan will Struggle in his Career as a Film Actor in Bollywood  in 2011 and suffer from illhealth and so will his family members.

Medical Science Will Make Rapid strides & there will be Breakthrough In Medicine in Times To come. Cures & Treatment For Some Types of Major Diseases & Cancers Will Be found By Man.
There will No Nuclear War In The Future nor There will be World war III in the future. Earth will gradually move towards peace after much Annihilation of Evil and humans.All Predictions and Doomsday prophecies for the destruction of life on Earth and End of the World  in 2012 will turn out to be false and untrue.Peaceful Use of Of Nuclear Energy Will Grow Around The World.More and more nuclear power will be used around the world. Any Country or organization using Nuclear Weapons for a Nuclear attack on any country will be punished  by god with self destruction and complete ruin.
Many Of the Top Al Qaeda & Taliban Terrorist Will get killed In Pakistan and Afghanistan. But Pakistan Military Will Continue to Train ,Fund More Terrorists In Training Camps Inside Pakistan to Spread Terror & Blackmail Around The World. Frustrated Pakistan Army & ISI will Secretly Continue to Support Dangerous Terrorist Groups like Lashkar- E- Toiba & Other Terrorist Organizations to Attack With Terrorist Bombings & subversive activities In India, Afghanistan and kill Indians, Americans & Europeans in 2011.There will no Peace and security in the world till the Pakistani ISI & Pakistan Army are Restructured and Dismantled or are Destroyed. Pakistan Army And ISI Will Train More Islamic Terrorists & Pakistani Citizens & Muslims of Other Nations To Kill Americans Europeans British French Indians Germans Australians Chinese Afghans Israelis, Russians and blackmail their Governments.It Will Create Much  bloodshed in Afghanistan & instability by killing afghans.American Tax Payers Money will be looted and misused by Pakistan Army for Islamic Terrorism against Europe, Americans, Indians and the world and filling their Generals pockets.
Asia, Indonesia and Philippines will face more natural disasters, storms, Floods, Earthquakes leading to displacement & suffering of its citizens.
There will be Rise in Corruption throughout the world. People around the world will make violent demonstrations around the world against their goverments.

World Will See Three Great Economies in times to come Lead By India being first, China Second And America being third by 2035.

World Oil Prices & Commodity prices will rise but will get moderated in the middle of 2011.

South America will see More Floods, Earthquakes, Diseases Outbreaks unrest & soaring crime rate and gang wars.Their Economy will rise

Iran Politicians will take iran to misery and suffering.Iran will promote  Islamic terrorism in Afganistan & Iraq, supply weapons and explosives to jihadis  to kill Americans and Nato forces and promote instability in Afganistan.There will be more sanctions for iranian people & their life more difficult.

World Scientists will agree with findings of Indian Scriptures that there are other Species,Beings and Aliens in solar system, planets that require no  Atmosphere ,water and air like Humans to Exist.Discovery will come in times to come. Powers of human Mind Will Grow as it will be unveiled and will become stronger.