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In Fahrenheit 451 there are many machines that are seen as helpers but machines are really enemies to the human race Bradbury warns the modern world that advances in technology can dangerous to society he has a firemen named Montag question his society he has Captain Beatty make Montag burn his own house with a flamethrower and in the story we see the destruction of nukes and how dangerous the mechanical hound can be and the power of the flamethrower One reason why machines are enemies is because they are weapons And what do weapons do They destroy everything in their path In Fahrenhiet 451 there is a machine called the flamethrower The flamethrower is a machine that launches fire To a average human in that society it is seen as something useful It makes burning books easier for the firemen What the humans in Fahrenheit 451 dont realize is that it does more than burn books Its real beauty is that it destroys responsibility and consequences Captain Betty Here is a man that uses that flamethrower as a tool What kind of helpful tool destroys responsibility Also machines like the atomic bomb are enemies People say that it helps win wars and stop evil That is until one gets launched The atomic bomb destroys everything in its path and once it blows up it still leaves radiation It is no way helpful towards humansMy last reason why machines are not helpful towards humans and are in fact enemies is that they make life harder In Fahrenheit cars are seen as a toy Kids go to races and they go to the Car Wrecker place People in that society rarely see cars as enemies They dont realize that they cant even cross the street or a car will run them over A machine meant for transport can make every ones life harder Ten of them died in car wrecks In this quote by Clarisse we
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