By Manuel Alexis for MACKALEXDIGITAL
How Science and Technology have gone on!
TRANSLATION TO SPANISH (TRADUCCIÓN)
New generation had better know properly that nothing they enjoy at present is an exclusive making of now-a-days since science, as Marx wrote, is logically and historically a structure built from present to past and not on the contrary; for science is a description and not a prescription and above all, because future, can not be analyzed as a reality yet.
Nothing today would have been gotten without Aristotle’s, Leibniz's, Descartes’, Kepler’s, Einstein’s, among others.
Nada de lo que goza la generación actual es una creación exclusiva de nuestros tiempos, ya que la ciencia, como muy bien aseveró Marx, se construye sobre la base de una estructura lógico-histórica, desde el presente al pasado y no al revés. Y es que la ciencia en tanto tal, es descriptiva y no prescriptiva, y sobre todo, el futuro no puede ser aún analizado como una realidad.
Nada hoy en día hubiera sido posible sin las importantes contribuciones de Aristóteles, Leibniz, Descartes, Keplers, Einstein, entre otros. Y debido a que el conocimiento crece gradualmente, en cualquier campo, no es una atribución de ninguna generación en particular.
In order to see how science and technology grow gradually, have a look at this note bellow, and observe the way Cable TV began developing:
In the mid-80's a British writer George Orwell wrote a novel where he images a society deprived of all privacy, and by that time and this present one his threat has come true but even more complex with INTERNET, SATELLITE TRANSMISSION, SMART PHONES, DIGITAL TV, GOOGLE MAP and so on; which seem to get more and more joining altogether.
Big Brother* is watching you**
"The telescreen received and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made could be picked up by it. Moreover, he could be seen, as well as heard. There was no way, of course, of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment."
· Big Brother. The Eldest Brother, dictator in the novel "1984".
· By Larousse, Book Practicar, p. 166,
D. F., 1999. Mexico
This was a passage from "1984", a novel written by the British writer George Orwell, where he images a society deprived of all privacy.
El Hermano Mayor* te mira
"La telepantalla recibía y transmitía simultáneamente. Ella podía captar todo sonido emitido por Winston. Y además, él podía ser visto y oído. No había medio de saber, claro está, si se era vigilado o no en cualquier momento."
Estas líneas son extraídas de "1984", una novela del escritor británico George Orwell en el cual éste último imagina una sociedad a la cual se le ha quitado su vida privada.
In time, as it can be seen at present, excessive comfort, instead of going down will be increasingly, and idleness, sickness, depression, laziness, long-term illness, shyness, suicide, hard muscle, strain and rigidity, violence and so forth, will be on the way and people will have to learn how to get by with this string of things and the sooner the better, because in time, human being would be in bad health for the rest of the life, not only physically but mentally as well.
The best way to attack these things, is to mingle with people; not to be in front of your computer or smart phone or TV or IPad more than three hours a day, taking a rest every other hour of at least five minutes; not to pay attention to the communicators who constantly speak about the panacea of the latest model, because is completely stressful; avoid the excess of virtual friends because the human hug is one the best remedy for happiness and you need not to loose contact with real world. Lastly, try not to follow the latest technology, if you still solve your needs with which you have at hand, go on, and above all, avoid to be persuaded. In the following paragraphs try to catch up with what will probably happen in the future if everything continuous this way.