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Will Technology Kill Humanity?

Summary: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury provides a view of the future for the world and for humanity. Written in 1954, it looks at the 21st Century on Earth and surprisingly some of the predictions for society in the novel already seem imminent today. It forecasts humans with no control over their thoughts and their lives passing so fast they no longer slow down and enjoy everything.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury provides a view of the future for the world and for humanity. Written in 1954, it looks at the 21st Century on Earth and surprisingly some of the predictions for society in the novel already seem imminent today. It forecasts humans with no control over their thoughts and their lives passing so fast they no longer slow down and enjoy everything. Bradbury also predicts that the already computer dependent education system will eventually only teach mindless facts that appear to fill the brain. The author also made two other primary estimations, one was that human interaction would severely demise in the future due to technological advancements. The other was that the already existing problem of some women not wanting children would exacerbate over time and become so bad that children are no longer really cared for. So the important question, were Bradbury's forecasts...

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