I would live in the year 2100. I would like to witness the scientific advances and space travel.
It would be interesting to observe the new adaptations in all aspects of life, animals and humans, as well as the new migrations of animals from the poles towards the south and the great movements of marine life.
I think humans will have changed a little either in height or complexity due to climate change. I also think that humanity will have a little more time in this planet before an imminent destruction.
Woman sure have advanced, but I believe the generation before the "baby boomers",has to completely die off, which are still alive that make the "real" important decisions for this country, before women get the utmost respect they seek from their peer
What a question. I've always wondered about that. I'd like to live in ancient times, but in Sparta because the women there were respected more than other parts of Greece and they trained to be strong and healthy. Spartans were not tall (like in the popular film) and they made up for it by being very brave and fighting their enemy up close (man to man with short knives). That's why they were so feared and so their women had to be equally strong and healthy to bear strong healthy babies.
If I could pick I would have been about 20 during the late 60's early 70's. I'm a hippi at heart. I would have spent my days dancing half naked in a field with flowers on my head tripping on some really bad for you drugs while listening to real music. Sadly my life expectancy would have dropped very much.
I have always wished I could have been around during the American Revolution. I would have really enjoyed writing some of the material that motivated people to demand their rights as free people and separate from England.
I do not think it would me that wrote the Declaration of Independence, but maybe I could had been part of the discussion. It was perhaps one of the most unifying periods in our history.