The Canadian Press

2015-03-31 | Time Capsule 2050

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The Montreal planetarium has sealed a 35-year time capsule that includes 25 messages written by Quebec students. Grade six students had to write a composition for their 2014 provincial French exams based on what life would be like in 2050. The 25 letters are addressed to children of the future and were picked from 77-thousand entries. Planetarium director Pierre Lacombe says the letters reveal that students are worried about human relations 35 years form now. (The 24 messages were sealed inside a stainless steel capsule along with other artifacts, including a 1966 brochure from the city's old Dow planetarium. The capsule was inserted inside an old star projector that is still on display today at the new Rio Alcan Tinto planetarium. The projector is a relic from the old planetarium.)

Date: 2015-03-31
Placeline: MONTREAL.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << they say people will still talk each other in person not only with I mean the telephone or type of technology did they are very concerned about the future what else do it in the end also they are very positive so we are the best and we hope that they're all their dreams will come true >>