Hello everyone! So in this piece, we see a compilation of several parts of future human history, each with their own dates. Each tells different stories, but they're all tied to the same background.
So the top left doodle shows a scene from 2058 in upstate New York, in the aftermath of Hurricane Anastasia. The Cat 5 hurricane struck the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States a few months before, and put many states in a state of emergency. The sheer size of the hurricane caused tremendous death and destruction, and even two months later refugees still stream out of the affected areas. After a few shootouts between refugees and national guards, and dozens of riots, upstate New York has taken a hardline approach to dealing with refugees. They won't prevent other Americans from getting in, but they'll be damned if they let them bring weapons into the refugee camps. To many Americans, things are looking worse than ever, whether such statements are true or not.
In the top right doodle shows a scene from 2164 Miami, long after it has been completely abandoned. The sea level is over 3.7 meters higher than ~today, and many nations had to orchestrate a notable shift in order to survive. Case and point, Mexico; the nation underwent a willful regression as the climate shifted out of their favor, and resources became scarce. While Mexico has technically declined, it's declined the most gracefully of all its neighbors. Compared to every other neighbor, from Guatemala to Texas, Mexico is by far the most powerful. They have so much influence and resources that they can afford to harvest resources far from their borders. For example, A fleet of harvesters sail to the submerged city of Miami, planning to break down the city for valuable parts. Even so, they're still in awe at the sight of the crumbing acropolis, with all of its lost majesty and hubris.
The bottom left doodle shows a scene from 3410 Alberta, just before the climate had fully stabilized into a hot and humid landscape. The rapid shifts in climate have caused the extinction of many life forms, but unfortunately not of most pests. Ipso facto, highly pesticide-resistant and endurant locust swarm in larger numbers than ever before, blackening the sky for weeks. A young woman watches the swarm rise from the horizon and hopes that her community begins burning the vegetable oil in order to make a smoke that'll stop the insects from destroying their crops for this year. In any case, the young woman is a courier who travels from place to place using the ancient roads that the ancient people known as the "Camedians" (they get Canadians and Americans confused) used to transport their hulking metallic monstrosities across the land. Even if the roads are potentially filled with corruption, they are still helpful enough that most empire and city states try to keep the roads somewhat functional.
The bottom right doodle shows a scene 3.7 million years hence, featuring a new human species known as the Jiangshi. They are, along with the Boat People, the last species of Homo left on Earth. Two hundred thousand species prior, our species went extinct, with the Eurasian populations transitioning to the Jiangshi, and the African populations getting hit by climate change, disease, and competition all at the same time. The Jiangshi could be called the replacement of humanity, if one has low qualifiers. They are essentially a species of hominid that is specialized to cursorial-living and fire-crazy, burning landscapes to a degree that even sapiens would call insane. So in this scene, a few Jiangshi in southeastern Europe are expressing enjoyment from burning the grassland around them.