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Influential Technology Technology in a sense is a great thing but can also be used as a weapon Technological advances in our lifetime are not always helpful to the average American like a nuclear warhead or something of that sort Technology influences everything in our lives from our beliefs values and our norms Due to the great power of technology we must use it wisely and not for destruction Technology can be both used in good ways to influence people and bad The way in which technology can sway our beliefs is unbelievable Like just the other day I saw myself questioning my religion due to the fact that humans can now play GOD and make clone things and soon Im sure they will be performing gene therapy We thought this was impossible but yet we are once again deceived by our own ignorance We also believed that there are no cures for diseases like malaria chickenpox etc Now look at the way our minds have changed with this advancement in medicine Not only is it medicine that is affecting our beliefs war weapons also Do you think it is possible back in the days before laser guided bombs that an aircraft could hit a target that is 10 miles away within three feet I dont think even an insane person could dream this one up Then comes along the bombs and once again we are forced to believe the unbelievable Next Id like to talk about how our devious technology has spread out Americas values Technology blinds us from the true fact that we are living and not in a giant rat race Everywhere you go what do you see Car automobiles and such These things are so efficient in getting you somewhere quickly of course that is if you dont burn die or get hurt on the way People value their cars so much that some people even kill for them Some
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