Anyone who asks questions that go further and deeper than is necessary in daily life is a visionary at that moment. Most people only do this very occasionally; everyday life consumes all of their attention.
Visionaries are different. They are constantly thinking about how things can be done differently and better, for them this has become a kind of way of looking at the world. Where an ordinary person sees a lawn, they see an ecological self-sufficient city or a House of the Future. Where an ordinary person thinks of the costs or the benefits, they see the enormous long-term consequences that a new technology such as the car or the internet can have.
Visionaries ask themselves unexpected questions such as: what will the Netherlands look like in ten thousand years? Or the world in ten years? Will there be humans in a million years or have we evolved into a new species? What would life be like on Mars? Or in another universe? What's a mile underground? But non-exact scientific questions also belong to the visionary field; what would a world look like without money? What is good today, will it still be good in 100 years? Is our view of the past correct? When is something 'correct' at all?
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Are you a visionary? Then you will probably feel at home on this site. Those who like to read about visionary topics from time to time are also very welcome.