We think a lot about what we collectively are leaving to the future, both the good (an accounting of landing on the moon and a national park system) and the bad (a depleted ozone and the Pacific garbage patch). But what's your personal legacy to the future?

Maybe your legacy is some bit of knowledge that you've contributed to the whole of science. Maybe it's something that you've made that you want to pass down. Maybe it's some skill that you've taught others how to do. Tell us in the comments about what you personally are leaving to the future.

Image: 1965 World's Fair / Ron White.