From Latin futūrus, the future is what is coming (because, future is synonymous with future). In a hypothetical line of the weather, the past is behind the present (it is what has already happened), while the future appears ahead (it has not happened yet).
The future, therefore, is a guess that can be calculated, speculated, theorized or anticipated according to the data that are available at a specific time. For example: meteorological conditions (presence of clouds, wind, humidity conditions) make it possible to forecast that, in the next few hours, there will be precipitation. That is, it can be anticipated that it will rain in the near future. However, the future can never be accurately predicted.
The man he has always been interested in knowing the future. The astrology is a discipline that is dedicated to the study of the stars to make predictions. The scienceInstead, it uses probabilistic methods to estimate what will happen in the future.
Some religions They were based on the figure of prophets who claimed to be able to see the future. Certain philosophical currents, for their part, consider that the future (and the past) do not exist since they are unreal. This type of philosophies consider that the only thing that exists is the present.
Such is the passion and curiosity that man feels for the future that has been shown in various artistic fields such as, for example, the cinema. Thus, in the seventh art we have to highlight a saga from the 80s and 90s that has become a “classic”. We are in the trilogy “Back to the future”.
Robert Zemeckis is the director of this set of films, produced by Steven Spielberg, which takes as its starting point the development of a time machine by an eccentric scientist named Doc. Specifically, he uses a DeLorean DMC-12 car to create that time machine that will allow both him and his young friend Marty McFly to travel through it.
Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox are the two main actors who give life to the scientist and the teenager respectively. Thus, through its characters we discover what it would be like to travel to the past and learn about the lives of our loved ones at that time or what it would be like to reach the future and see what destiny had in store for us.
Three films are specifically those that give shape to this cinematographic saga that has become a myth in the history of cinema thanks, among other things, to the magnificent collections that have been achieved in their respective releases. And all this without also forgetting the large number of awards it has been reaping or even the presence it already has in our cultural heritage.
In the grammar, the future is the time that allows naming an action that will occur at a time after the statement: “Tomorrow I will travel to the coast” (“I will travel” is a verb conjugated in the future).
Finally, for the economy, a future is a security whose delivery is agreed to after a certain period, although with a price fixed in advance.