reply to post by righteousxcore
Awesome!! Then you agree, since the airplane wing has been around for quite some time, you can explain exactly how it works? It should be very simple
for you to do... I imagine, if you don't know, you will just look it up using the internet.
How about the internal combustion engine?
Can you tell me why tires have belts in them? How about water treatment facilities, can you explain to me why people age? How about Solar Energy
Cells... maybe you can explain how batteries work... since all of these things have been around for enough time to be understood... using your logic.
Like I said earlier, you will just use the internet to find the answers you do not know - which is what happens to those who are the generations
growing up in the 'information age'
The problem is that you or your peers do not have to learn anything and keep it in memory. Go to the little screen and ask a question, cha-ching,
there's your answer.
What happens after several generations of this? Some one, somewhere had to amass the compendium of current knowledge. When the path of least
resistance is employed to gain all the quick answers and the learning process is demolished, changing personalities and decision making abilities for
generations will cripple the future society as a whole.
The only hope for a future that endures this type of abuse is technology and computers themselves. Hopefully, before disaster is brought by the lack
of real knowledge, a technological singularity will occur and make it OK for those who don't have the knowledge to keep the world operating at a
productive, efficient, and overall desirable level.
The theory of a technological singularity has been around for sometime now.... can you please explain that to me, without searching it on the
edit on 13-5-2011 by esteay812 because: Tyops