This article examines if we are reaching the limits of science and technology. It suggests that while we are making tremendous advances in science and technology, it is difficult to predict what the future holds. The article discusses how advances in computing and artificial intelligence have made it possible to solve problems that were previously considered unsolvable. It also looks at how advances in biotechnology are creating unprecedented opportunities for medical breakthroughs. Finally, it notes that there are some areas where progress may be limited due to ethical considerations or the complexity of the problem. Overall, the article concludes that while we may be reaching the limits of what is currently possible, it is impossible to predict what future discoveries may bring.