It has always been a notion that injecting the novelty of innovations into our existing lifestyle begets a more prosperous outlook. Boasting a perception of ease and simplicity that would otherwise take arduous labor and effort, industrial discoveries expand our scope and possibilities of a fulfilled life. A young mind would dream of a future frenzy of flying cars and supercomputers that can sustain our ecosystem or scientific marvels that would resurrect our ancient pasts and adapt them into the present; perhaps a combination of both. But our single-minded dependence on such means could also signal a glimpse into a dystopian world usually seen in movies and literature.
The Innovation ≠ Environment Paradox
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