So, because He hasn't means He won't? Have you never felt that everything about human history changes with the return of Jesus to rule the planet? I believe we are going to experience things so.....can't find the word.....wild, I guess.....that our whole perception of life on Earth is going to change. No Scripture here, just "feeling". Don't start spouting off about "feelings" because after 40 years as a cop, "feelings" caught many a criminal.
I think this is kind of where we are different.
Yes, I see a change, but apparently I see it differently than you. I see a change of regime, a change in the laws of men, a change of heart(s) and intentions, in which people actually try to do right, instead of just please themselves.
But I don't see a change in the laws of physics, or that God will begin granting massive exceptions to them. I don't think we'll suddenly be endowed with the power to teleport around, fly spaceships faster than the speed of light, or turn lead into gold (etc., etc.).
I do believe that during Jesus rule He is going to gradually
extirpate all evil, all stupidity, all inefficiency and inexpediency, until He has, over some indeterminately long period of time, brought the earth to a state of perfection. And as the book says, "the last enemy that shall be destroyed is death."
I view God as longsuffering - willing to work with men over extended periods of time to work the changes He desires - a father figure. I don't see Him as a magician who waves a hand and instantly changes everything.