The World from our Telescope

In the growing sensation that emerged from technology, a question has poised an interesting observation of what has defined the "Modern World" versus what has become of the rest of it. Technology has become the basis of most lifestyles in some first-world countries, and certain perspectives have changed resulting from it. Though information is immediate and accessible, there is a conception born that a more refined, and civilized society is growing from it, while many view implications from it. The theme here directs the question of a contingency; has the world developed from closing distance with technology, or are there signs that it should suffer otherwise?

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