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A View on Modern Day Humanity

by Mycroft on Monday, January 7, 2013 3:53 PM
For as long as anyone can remember, people have been trying to improve themselves throughout time, whether it's been as a single person improving upon ones self, or civilizations improving as a whole. This process has never been an easy road, and very few peoples have truly succeeded. But when you think about it, the need for self-improvement is an evolutionary function. However, what do we measure our improvements against? And do we try as fervently as we did before? It's been long theorized that as we've developed newer and better technologies, humanity grows more passive and lazy as time passes. Now when you compare that to just the last 100 years, you can see our productiveness and ambitions have declined. For example, how many people are unemployed, not just because of the lack of jobs and career positions, but because they've become lazy? It's quite understandable as to how that came to be as I shall explain. Ever since the computer age came into full swing, virtually everything has become computer...
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A View on Modern Day Humanity

by Anonymous on Sunday, January 6, 2013 9:12 PM
For as long as anyone can remember, people have been trying to improve themselves throughout time, whether it's been as a single person improving upon ones self, or civilizations improving as a whole. This process has never been an easy road, and very few peoples have truly succeeded. But when you think about it, the need for self-improvement is an evolutionary function. However, what do we measure our improvements against? And do we try as fervently as we did before?



It's been long theorized that as we've developed newer and better technologies, humanity grows more passive and lazy as time passes. Now when you compare that to just the last 100 years, you can see our productiveness and ambitions have declined. For example, how many people are unemployed, not just because of the lack of jobs and career positions, but because they've become lazy? It's quite understandable as to how that came to be as I shall explain.



Ever since the computer age came into full swing, virtually everything...

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