By James D. WilliamsPublished Apr 04, 2019 12:35:47The future of computing is a little bit scary.
The latest research by the internet analytics firm Statista suggests that the internet is in a state of existential crisis, with just 1 percent of all internet users saying they are optimistic about the future.
The figures come as the technology giant Google announced it was shutting down its main website and replacing it with a standalone app.
Its decision comes after Google’s stock was plunged to a record low, as its stock price crashed more than $1,000.
Google’s website will now be called the Google Calendar.
But what is the future even looking like?
Here are a few of the predictions made in Statista’s report:Internet penetration is set to fall to just 4.5 percent of the global population by 2020, as the global average for internet users drops from a peak of 37.4 percent in 2016 to 24.3 percent in 2020.
This represents a decline of nearly 1.5 billion people, and is also an increase of over 500 million people in the last decade.
This is in contrast to the current population growth rate of around 2.3 billion per year.
This decline in internet penetration is projected to be reversed in the next two decades, when internet penetration will rise by more than 4.7 billion people in 2020 and then hit a new high of 23.3 million in 2020, with the majority of these new users coming from the US.
This will be achieved by building an additional 2 billion new internet users and an additional 1.9 billion new users from the emerging markets.
This is the only time since 2000 when internet growth has outpaced population growth.
Internet penetration in emerging markets has been growing at an average rate of 7.7 percent per year over the last five years.
In emerging markets, internet penetration increased by almost 15 percent per annum over this period.
As an example, the United Arab Emirates saw its internet penetration increase by more half a percent per capita in the first five years of the new millennium.
These figures are only a glimpse of the future that is being predicted.
In 2020, Statista predicts the number of people on the planet will reach 7.5 trillion, which will be the highest number of humanity on Earth.
Statista expects that the world’s population will increase by nearly 5 billion people by 2020.
Statista says this is a big change from the number one reason why people chose to leave the planet in 2017.
The report notes that the reasons that people left the planet are mostly driven by environmental concerns, the cost of living, and the social problems caused by globalisation.
The data from Statista show that there are two reasons that will drive people away from the planet: the number and the price of energy.
The number of new people on Earth is set at 1.2 billion by 2020 with a projected population of 7 billion by 2021.
This will be set to rise to 7.9 trillion people by 2032.
The price of electricity in 2020 is set by a projected price of $7.38 per kilowatt hour, which is about a quarter of what it was in 2020 but is still about half of what the price was in 1990.
This suggests that we are in the middle of a rapid transformation of our planet’s economy, as we are now entering a new phase of rapid economic growth.
In 2020, a number of countries are set to become the first to overtake the US in terms of global GDP.
China will overtake the United States in 2020 at a staggering $1.8 trillion, and India is set for a massive $3.5-3.6 trillion GDP growth in 2021.
China is expected to overtake India in 2021 with a GDP growth of over $9 trillion, according to Statista.
China’s economy has grown by over 7,500 percent over the past 20 years.
The country has overtaken the United Kingdom and the US as the world leader in economic growth and the fastest growing economy in the world.
In 2021, China will be surpassed by the United Nations to become second largest economy in world history.
This means that China will have the world population at 7.8 billion by 2025, the number for 2020 is 7.3 trillion, India will be fourth at 7,000 million and India will surpass the United Nation at 1,800 million.
These numbers are only projections.
Statisticians are not forecasting a return to the days of big corporations like Microsoft or Apple, but the world is becoming more and more connected.
The average speed of data transfer has increased by 100 times, from 5.3 megabits per second in 2016 and 7.1 megabit per second now.
The number of data centres is expected be around 5 billion by 2026, which means there will be over 4 billion people using the internet in 2020 alone.
In fact, there are more than four billion people online today.
There are now more than one billion people living online and a staggering 50