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The Future of Sight What would we be right now without technology I truly dont know what the answer is but at least I know what we would be missing without technology I know we would not be able to process information nationally or internationally as fast as we do right now We would not even have something called digital We would not be able to do those massive computations of theories Science would not advance that far in the exploration of space Lets just say we would not have achieved the unachievable Some of them are not accomplished yet but it is just a matter of time because of the racing-time technology In about 10 years from now one of these unachievable I would like to introduce is the new technology of sight a small computer chip will be place in our brain to control our vision in every way Id like to call it sight-microchip A variety of different arguments have been put forward about this subject However it is my contention that there are many advantages of the sight-microchip and it can be very useful convenient and affordable It has been argued that there is no such single thing that can calculate our vision as were aging because everyones acuity is different It depends on the activities people do related to their eyes in their life times Some lead to the different arguments that it has to be a huge chip to calculate an average of sixty years However it is achievable Just think of the first computer chip was invented to calculate a simple mathematical calculation It was as large as a single persons room Now its only about fifty years later we have chips as small as a very tip of a pencil while processing and functioning millions of times faster and more complex ever than the old ones With the rapidly increasing technology there will be chips that
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