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Society and Chaos When William Butler Yeats wrote I dont care how orderly the rotation of the planets and the sun may be I am beginning to think that ultimately everything tends toward chaos he was way ahead of his time in predicting the ultimate outcome of society as a whole The entire world population is in my opinion inevitably drifting toward chaos Although this state of confusion and disorder is not going to happen any time soon it is bound to happen based on what humanity has evolved to We now inhabit a world occupied with madness as it is We live in a world where there are as many mechanical birds in the skies as real ones Human beings judge each other on what kind of automobiles we drive and homes we possess We dwell in metropoliss with 2 million people crammed in them If this isnt close to a state of chaos than I dont know what is We as humans have learned more about constructing technology to annihilate ourselves than to better humanity We live in an age where nuclear world destruction is a possibility and as a whole we are heading in a downward spiral toward utter derangement This fact can be seen in something as simple as the films that we produce Look at the physical setting of the movies we make that take place in the future and what do you notice The cities are destroyed mass violence is prevalent and robotic beings are dominating the planet Here it is seen that we are depicting our own future This prediction may not be too far of a stretch and I would sure define that future as the epitome of chaos Also to steer the world into a whirl wind of madness is not that hard of a task to accomplish In history weve seen lone men put society into a temporary condition of
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