Before I start this I just want to say that I don't want to offend anyone. I am a freshman college student who is looking to apply to the electrical engineering program at the end of the year at my school. I love working with my hands and solving problems using physics and mathematics and I believe electrical engineering is one of the more technical and math-intensive fields in engineering which is why it intrigues me most. Also I think about how cool it would be to one day have wireless energy or 100% electric cars that can outperform those using internal combustion engines, so this makes me want to switch to electrical engineering even more. I also have an interest in computers and the ability to code things such as the Arduino. However, I just wanted to ask how far can we really go with electrical engineering? I love innovation and new discoveries to be applied to everyday life and I want to just ask if we are nearing an end to how far the power of electricity can take us, or are we just scratching the surface, or somewhere in the middle? Also, how has electrical engineering changed and how is it going to continue to change if it is going to? Thank you so much for your help because I am very into the idea of electrical engineering but this one thought has had a really heavy burden on me.