It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
-Albert Einstein (quote). Technology has become an important thing in are daily life. We can’t go out through the day without having to text someone, watch TV, or communicated in some way using some kind of communication devices doing the work for us. Has it gone too far to say is in “Addiction” to are health? It has become a focus to our lives, without it people feel disconnected to the world. Is there a significant effect that texting can distract are thinking ability, and make us less focus in are daily work.
As we know it today people are more connected to the internet than five years ago. The technology has involve into our daily tool to know what is around, as was to know the daily news, and connecting with love ones, shopping, and having personal space. But there comes a time when people have gone to in depth “like” with cell phones constant texting that are forgetting how to interact with others, and having face to face conversations and becoming less aware to questions. According to a research of University in Maryland quotes saying: University study conducted last year, most Americans spent at least 8.5 hours per day looking at screens — a television, computer monitor or mobile phone, and frequently two or three at once. Television viewing has not gone down in the Age of the Internet — but reading printed works has. (By Alan Greenbelt, “Impact of the Internet on thinking Article”) paragraph 11
People are becoming more independent with technology doing the work for them, but there is no actual facts stating that technology can be harmful, like chemical substances(alcohol), in others words there is no serious debates surrounding the topic. But still very over whelming subject to some, but it has other issues to are health for example looking at a white bright screen TV, laptop, phone for a long period of time can be harmful to the human eyes leave a person in some cases blind to watery teary eyes
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