This time there were so many reader requests dear to my heart. Londenio asked:
Suppose you fall into a coma. You wake up in 15 years, with your memory
and cognitive abilities intact. You hug your loved ones, you brush your
teeth and then … what would be the first thing you would like to know
about the world?
Am I allowed three questions? They would be the level of stock prices (inflation-adjusted), whether there are new countries or old countries have disappeared, and whether nuclear weapons have been used.
And what about 300 years later, from having your head frozen?
I would simply ask: "What are the three most important questions I should be asking?"
What do you all think?