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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 06, 2002 at 03:44:49:

In Reply to:  The myth of machine posted by stephen on October 05, 2002 at 22:05:50:

machine by itself is not a problem,it's after all a TOOL and should remains as a tool,just another step in our moral high -tech culture,and NOT the insane high-tech culture!
we should manipulate it for good,and NOT it manipulate us for worst!
the way that nowadays we maybe sacrificing our SOCIAL DESTINY.
we became highly addicted to machines ,technology and sometimes useless sophistications that can pray on our needs as once said, technology/machines needs power to be supplied to it and power needs energy resources to enrich it ,and energy resources may cause sometimes wars and ecological contamination and lots of other
humane catastrophies!
we are gradually tending to became animals born ONLY for consumption,consumerism and social shallowness,we tend to became worshipers for anything that has the essence of high-tech,we blindly take it as a sacred doctrine and sometimes we may even defend it and in the worst case we may even ignorantly preached for it,and scientists CAN and MAY play the contemporary role of medieval bishops......
we are highly dependable on technology and we are even tend to become
slave to it!!
so for that reason ,i am going to celebrate my birthday on the candles lights today,to hell with technology ;-))

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