Future Living 2025 (lost Science Channel documentary; 2002)

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One of the only surviving images of the documentary, showing the use of virtual avatars

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Future Living 2025[1][2] or 2025: Future Living[3][4] was a documentary that aired on the (Discovery) Science Channel in 2002, predicting technological advances in the year 2025. A description on an archived page on science.discovery.com[5] provides one of the only direct proofs of its existence, being part of the "Digital Domain" anthology series:

"Future Living - Discover what life will be like in the year 2025. Advanced technology will enable the creation of iris scanning security systems and refrigerators that reorder cartons of milk when the old ones expire. Meet the Robosapien who is more human than machine."

The video was once reuploaded to YouTube in five parts, with links being posted on sites like the TechEBlog[6] and SgForums[7] in 2007, but the YouTube account that had uploaded them has been terminated for several years.


The documentary used these exact clips of the Japanese reusable rocket concept "Kankoh-maru," albeit with an electronic soundtrack and without the text.

See Also

Discovery Channel

Discovery Kids

Hub Network