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Though safety risks remain, the technology and associated preventative measures have been greatly improved in recent decades and will continue being perfected. It is foreseeable that no manmade accidents will occur, thus making nuclear the most reliable source of energy production in the future.
Though nuclear technology has been improved and power plants now have fewer accidents, the overall safety condition can hardly be ensured. In the future, even if only a minor problem of the machine occurs, the consequence will foreseeably be disastrous.
Though no substitute is found to be widely applicable in scientific experimentation, many alternative methods such as in vitro cell culture techniques and in silico computer simulation have been greatly improved in recent decades and will continue being perfected. It is foreseeable that they can be reliable replacements of living objects in the research, thus making animals unnecessary in experiments.
Though substitutes have been improved and experiments now use fewer living creatures, the overall wide use of alternative methods can hardly be ensured. In the future, even if only a minor problem of the process occurs, the consequence will foreseeably be disastrous.
In order to maintain the market share, most companies will try to implement methods to increase the popularity of their brands, such as raising the quality or providing better customer service. This trend will benefit the consumers as well as trigger positive competition among most enterprises.
In the foreseeable future, many little-known brands with few resources will be forced out of the market, if the majority of consumers only prefer a limited number of popular companies. It is scientifically proved to be negative to the long-term healthy development of the economy when the market is dominated by a few.