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There are three working theories the Time Traveler developed upon his visit to the distant future The first is the laziness of what human-kind has become The second is the division between the classes below ground and above it The third is based on how human evolution had gone back to its starting point The glorification of technology is not the answer to the utopian life we all seek The first theory of the laziness of human-kind is unfolding today We grow more and more dependant upon machines to feed clothe bathe groom cure and entertain our needs We think we are in a technologically superior times but if one takes away electricity we are back in the dark ages The people of the year 802700 lack any sense of drive or motivation due to not having any problems at all The Eloi play everyday without a care in the world The only element in their world that is problematic is the darkness the harbors the evil Morlocks The second theory about the future is of the division of the classes He believes that in the future the people of the earth separated into below ground and above ground states of living The working class lived deep inside the earth much like in the movie Metropolis while the owners lived above ground free to live life to its fullest It is from this working hypothesis that the future developed this way thus labeling the Morlocks as working class and the Eloi as the owners Thousands of years of a divided society could conceivably result from this The final theory is how evolution has come back upon itself The Morlocks ate the Eloi The Time Traveler saw how humans grew lazy from having no challengesproblems At some point there probably was a time when the classes went below and above ground but they all grew so dependant upon the machines to take care of their
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