Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Sure, it might be convenient when we are shopping to use our song identifier to find out the name of that new song, but when we can use our cell phones to track other people on Facebook, one has to think, where is the line drawn and how is this going to affect future generations? This is turning our basic knowledge upside down, and I believe children who grow up in this technological society are going to be at a strong disadvantage to those that have not. I am by no means against the furthering of technology when it benefits our society positively. Our new and innovative technology is also taking the personality of simple things in life , such as sitting down to read a book. This is a huge part of why people love to read.
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So how would the world be if we couldn't rely on electricity? There would be no TVs, factories, cars, or even phones. To entertain themselves children would have to learn how to use their imagination. In a world without electricity there would be no video Living Without Electricity Life Without Todays Conveniences You walk into your house today, flick a switch, and you expect a light to come on.
The world is changing rapidly. From the Stone Age to the Iron Age today we are living in an ultramodern era where things which were not even thought of earlier have become vital necessities in our life. For example, light in those ages was to be got only from sun for a limited part of day.
Imagine living in a world without electricity. Most people today, don't even think about that. Most people today, don't even know how electricity was came to be. Benjamin Franklin, as smart as he is, did not invent electricity himself, but he had a key role in discovering what it has been broken down into today. Benjamin Franklin gave us many electrical terms that we used today like the "battery", "charge", "conductor", "condenser", and the "armature.