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Melissa Gaddy History-2nd period 1-31-00 The Real Future Many people thought that they year 2000 would be like we were living in space Scientists promised decades ago that we would be vacationing in space zipping around town with rocket packs and popping meal pills by the year 2000 Well 2000 is here and everything is pretty much like it was Although we are progressing in technology life still looks more like The Brady Bunch then The Jetsons Is this promised future every going to begin and if not what is our real future going to be like After reading the Mc Laughlin Groups predictions for the new millenium I realized many desirable changes that even in this day and time they do not seem very feasible For example disks that go into computers are replacing student and teacher textbooks This new advance in technology is good in some ways but can also be harmful in ways Students will be able to learn at their own pace and not the teachers The students will be one on one with their lessons and will not be interrupted by another student asking questions so therefor the student will probably learn more On the other hand this will isolate a student instead of a student being able to communicate and reason things out with hisher fellow classmates heshe will expected to figure things out on their own Philosopher George Santayanas famous quotation is a warning to the world Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it People need to remember lessons from the twentieth century lest we make the same mistakes again in the new millenium Some of these lessons people need to remember are things like the Columbine shooting and the Oklahoma bombing Things like that could have been prevented and can be stopped from happening again One of the main things that would help to prevent those tragedies
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