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It is the end of the world as we know it or at least most of us do It is books like that of Foresters that shove the truth in our faces so that it is almost impossible to deny the fact that we the human race will in the end create and employ the machines that will lead to our own demise The Machine Stops is a prophecy of the complete or partial end of human civilization and shows the lunacy in the civilization we have created for ourselves Although Forester only saw the beginning of the technologic revolution he saw the problems that would come out of the machine He saw how we would rely on it how it would deteriorate our communities and how it would eventually be the end of us In order to wake up in the morning I rely on a machine when I need to check messages I rely on a machine when I need to contact someone I rely on a machine When I want music light entertainment transportation or even a more comfortable temperature I rely on a machine From waking up in the morning to going to bed again I am surrounded by machines that rule my life These machines have been made to aid in a better quality of life but they are creating more problems in doing so I have more to do because of machines but I still only have the same 24-hour day to do these many more tasks These machines are becoming a necessary part of life If we do not have these machines we will be disconnected from the community we have created Computers have created a new kind of community an Internet community where you can be anything or anyone you want with complete anonymity You can connect with people all over the world but is this really necessary Do we need to connect with people on the
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