@kellyjay saidTalk about wishful thinking. While science keeps moving forward, you seem to be in denial such advancement takes place. It has only been a few decades since we walked on the moon with the relatively primitive technology back then.
I'm not the one in denial over what I see now that is you. What may turn up in 200 years isn't evidence that is blind faith, faith on a hope of something you don't have a clue about, so with respect to science and faith you are the one that is living blind faith not me, you are the one filling in the gaps of knowledge with wishful thinking.
Now our computers are trillions of times stronger, even a flip phone has more computing power than dozens of Apollo craft computers so you seem to blind yourself to the advancement of science.
I am looking forwards for sure to greater things to come in technology, not because I am reading tea leaves in a cup but because I peruse the journals and see the work being done now that some of that work will bear fruit in many sciences.
As one minor example, medical scientists have just sussed out why long distance runners seem to be able to go on for hours with no fatigue setting in.
When the scientists looked at that very closely they found in the guts a particular bacteria in those athletes that consumes lactose and gives off energy in the process, a real symbiotic relationship where the lactose produced by the athletes gets disappeared, eaten, by that bacteria and that implies anyone can have a huge reserve of stamina when they fully develop this new science of athleticism.
I don't consider that faith, it is what I already read and can see it developing into something beneficial to humans.
THAT is what I do to project the future of science, by seeing the science, the new science in the journals, of today. That is where the future of science and humanity lies, not in the bible.