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People live in a society where things are being changed and modernized and as time passes there will be seen both regression and progression in the future In todays life technology is promoting a lot and makes peoples life easier For example cell phones are known as a progressive item There are varieties of apps which let people use their cell phones as a remote control blood sugar diagnose or have a person to ask questions and get answers instantly Also there are some cars which can talk and can back up by their own however sometimes future is regressive For instance the rate of unemployment increases because now machines can do what a person does so some places will start using machines instead of workers In The Time Machine HG Wells claims the future of humankind will be regressive in many waysThe Eloi do not have strong bonds to each other The Time Traveler observes It happened that as I was watching some of the little people bathing in a shallow one of them was seized with cramp and began drifting downstream The main current ran rather swiftly but not too strongly for even a moderate swimmer It will give you an idea therefore of the strange deficiency in these creatures when I tell you that none made the slightest attempt to rescue the weakly crying little thing which was drowning before their eyes48 It seems that the creatures do not care and pay attention to each other and try to skip on others problems For example some of the creatures see a person who is bathing and drowning in the shallow they feel that they do not have any relation to that person so why they should worry However it is not so deep that they are not able to rescue the person therefore they ignore himher The Eloi do not have strong bonds to each otherTo conclude in The Time Machine HG
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