We are the future

 Anonymous (@)6 years, 11 months ago

The world we live in today is undoubtedly more technologically advanced than it was 10 years ago. We now have personal computers in our pockets at all times and an unlimited supply of knowledge that is just a click away. I really wonder if people who were alive in the early 1900’s and even later could have imagined humans advancing as far as we have. Although we may not have flying cars and be able to teleport, we’re still living in an age where news and information travels at the speed of light.

I think this entire thought comes from how upset I get when I see people complain about our generation, while they don’t realize just how lucky we all are.

I don’t know, I would love to hear what my fellow HE readers have to say about this topic.

July 12, 2014 at 3:45 pm
stormcloudmafia (19) (@redriffle) 6 years, 11 months ago ago

Ever heard of George Orwell.
We are not at advanced as you might think the truth of technology really holds. what we have access to is 60 yrs at least behind the true technology kept hidden from us. If we were so advanced, why are we still dependent on fossil fuels when 60 or so yrs ago Telsa found means to FREE engery. Imagine where that advancements in technology have gone..

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stormcloudmafia (19) (@redriffle) 6 years, 11 months ago ago

http://youtu.be/15pOr1E6hvc imagine being and recieving information at light photon speed. you ask me. Trees are more advanced than humans these days.

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Anonymous (328) (@) 6 years, 11 months ago ago

“I really wonder if people who were alive in the early 1900′s and even later could have imagined humans advancing as far as we have.”

It depends on what you perceive as progress. Read books from that era and you will see that there’s some kind of genius that has been long gone in our literature today.

“we’re still living in an age where news and information travels at the speed of light.”

Yeah, it’s great. It also goes both ways. Just as knowledge travels at the speed of light, so does manufactured lies and misdirection.

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Marlon (97) (@shoeopener) 6 years, 11 months ago ago

What’s the point of creating an account and love what your fellow HE readers have to say when you’re going to delete it? I agree. Bitchez.

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