"My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there."
This quote is from inventor Charles F Kettering. He was head of research for general motors and would have bestowed this knowledge around the early 1900s. It must have been a very exciting time and look at the change 100 years has made.
This is an image of Belfast's Vitoria Square taken around 1910. And here it is 100 years on.
But today nostalgia seems to have over taken our desire to look to the future. Which is surprising as the future has never been so exciting with nanotechnology the world is our oyster, even being able to replicate conditions of how the world was created. But many arts, fashion and media look back to the "good old days" but not these boys...
These are the good old days but what was I talking about....
But where does cheese belong in the future? There are again two major camps on this. The artisan cheese makers, who want to bring cheese back to the singular farms and use traditional methods. And then there are these people...
This is an article about a study into using cryogenics in the cooling of the cheese curd. Cryogenic cheese?
So do we embrace the traditional, tried and trusted methods? They must be the best as they have lasted for many a moon?
But don't be afraid of the future. For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.