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Ignorance is bliss a little knowledge is dangerous An adage we have heard many a time since we were young and it as true as it was in the stone age Human society comes with a lot of baggage our myths our history our superstitions our past These stay with us and are a factor in shaping our future Different decades have been known by different names the jet age the space age and so on ad infinitum All these periods in our history have contributed to the development of human society in their own way by making things easier for us by gathering information for us by opening up sources of information for us Unfortunately this information has been limited to an elitist group of people scientists researchers teachers who in turn have disseminated this information to the common people but while doing so they have added thier own baggage to it Information has been controlled censored and made correct for the common man for you and for me We are told in news shows in newspapers in magazines in classrooms as to what is correct and what is wrong The audience is spoon-fed opinions and information by the experts because they know what is right The 90s will be known as the age of the internet a period when communication has been revolutionalised a period when all the information we have collected over the years has finally become available to the common person E-mail allows almost instantaneous communication chat rooms provide forums for discussion and debate web sites provide information about just about every topic under the sun from what you can do with soap bubbles to ground breaking research in nuclear physics The bottomline information pure and unadulterated Human beings suddenly have the freedom to form opinions about information they no longer have to rely upon experts to tell them what something means Human society has faced a
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