- Jul 28, 2019
- Jul 28, 2019
This is not a complaint or a request for argument but merely an observation and an expression of my opinion. Regarding the attachment, I do not agree with the first paragraph. I think it looks like something AI would compose. In my opinion, an analogy would be, "Long distance travel by men was impossible before the invention of the internal combustion engine." Maybe as the rate of advancements in technology increases, the depth of history decreases. My opinions that follow are not meant to be partisan in any manner but more so related to the human condition of present of the US citizen. I have never participated in war but knew of many that have. They exhibited an undercurrent of caution as far as voting on or supporting new movements. A guarded sort of reaction to new ideas. I think much of the generations younger than myself are missing even the slightest experiences that made previous generations Leary and suspicious of political sway. It seems so obvious to me that tyrants and other insane entities will always come about with their delusions of grandeur and total lack of empathy. To a couple younger persons to whom I tried to instill some caution of powers that be, they seemed to shrug my warnings off with a line of thinking that people just don't do those sort of things anymore. The world is sophisticated and too civilized to bluster about with intent to overtake other societies. Like Google will keep the lid on everything. Perhaps in trying to shelter the young from the terrible evils in the word, we have done them a disservice and made them vulnerable to real world shysters. So can you name a nondigital circuit you may have come across in your experiences?