95% of what I said is definitely possible with the laws of physics and 5% of what I said is probably possible with the laws of physics. By fantasy you mean outside of the social programming, social conditioning and the official narrative, thus is less likely to be accepted by those within the narrative or 'the matrix" so to speak. For instance the current narrative are tyrannical laws which force teens to go to school. This tyranny is accepted as the norm, needless human suffering is just ignored and accepted unchallenged. Most teens are miserable at school which is about 2,500 hours of suffering per yer per teen, needless suffering for no good reason, and people just accept that as a necessary requirement of the status quo. Most do not look outside the box, the narrative or "the matrix" so to speak and instead resist against a better way of life. If instead there was a better system where school was only a legal requirement till 5th or 6th grade, this would eliminate a lot of teen misery. Quality of life of society would go up. We could then move on to other quality of life improvements such as changing the DNA of the human race to better forms, using gene editing technology, we can also change beings into cyborgs. In cyborg reality all of this quabbling will look very silly, when you can just download a DVD and learn the equivalent of a 4 years college degree. We will look back and see just how ridiculous the whole system was in the past, the 1% hoarding all the money while everyone else scrambles as part of a rat race of learning as much as they can, "lifelong learning" as capitalist propaganda and enslavement of our free time. There is also no real logical reason why blue collar jobs need high school or middle school, a 6th grade education is perfectly fine for fast food jobs, menial labor and many jobs. These jobs will also become a moot point when robots take most jobs and humans are given a UBI. It makes no sense to waste tax money and forcing teens to attend high schools and middle schools unless they have a very specific goal in mind, like becoming a PhD in a particular field. I suspect there may be actually an ulterior motive to this as well, the real reason they force teens to have a useless education is because the economy is so bad that both parents have to work all day instead of watching the kids, forced education is part of a subtle conspiracy to mask the fact that the economy used to be functional enough to allow only 1 parent to have to work and the others could watch over the kids.