Our world is only 4.54 billion years old, according to Google. Have you ever wondered how many people live on the earth today? In Europe and throughout the world we continue to generate humans, whether it’s artificial insemination or naturally conceive. The problem is that our population is so intrigued by technology and social media fantasies. We live in a world now where men and women find it difficult to live their everyday lives without a glimpse of satisfaction. This roaring unrestrained production of technology is really not making any of us smarter but making us lethargic, in the sense that face to face communication is lost. In Brave New World Revisited, Aldous Huxley argues that in some point in time our population will harm us in such a way that we will all live in a complete world of World Controllers to guarantee the stability and happiness of society.
From my personal observations, analyzing people in our schools Nordic Lounge, where students go to socialize in between classes, I’ve realized that many of my peers refer to social media for information about one another, not once I didn’t hear someone refer to a social site where he or she got such information. We live in a new age where people are more accessible to anything you can possibly think of. More and more of children are being exposed to real life issues, such as sexual content, relationships, unhealthy language. For example Sponge Bob Square pants is actually supposed to be a cartoon for adults, it has so many sexual references that kids from four years old and up are watching.