Now we all know hunting originated as a means of survival, starting on foot, then graduating to dogsleds, boats, horses, and then later, just the last century past, airplanes, cars, snowmobiles and atvs. From primitive spears and bow and arrow to musket to highpowered rifle.....In the next 75 or 100 years, if the timeless art and tradition of hunting survives the upcoming changes and challenges from nature and people alike ( lets hope it does) how do you think it will change? improve? deteriorate? Think about this, what if say, 30 years from now, personal jet packs go on the market for say the price of todays luxury vehicles? how do you think it would change the way we hunt? would you do it? do you think fish and game would write up a set of regulations and rules for it? How would such a major change impact rural Alaska? How would this change affect the need for floatplanes and charters/ guides, as well as remote game populations and moose and caribou herds? With all this new technology constantly being evolved and coming into play, its only a matter of time before something like the jet pack or some other futuristic form of transportation becomes available to the public. Id like to hear some opinions and thoughts. I myself think that technology should start going backwards, and I hope things dont change for the worse with time. Just a crazy post but I thought it would be an interesting subject.