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  • Modern Technology has made us lazier

    Modern Technology is actually making teens addicted to their phones more than studies. This causes them to have lesser grades. In the end, the blame teachers for not teaching them. Thus I think that teens should know their limits and keep a distance from their phone. I hope this has helped you:)

  • It makes kids VERY lazy!

    Modern gadjets like smartphones and game stations make kids lazy because they play games all day and lazy to do their homework after school. All parents have to control their time to play video games and do useful things like finish thier homework, read books , play outdoor games or go to the playground.

  • It makes kids VERY lazy!

    Modern gadjets like smartphones and game stations make kids lazy because they play games all day and lazy to do their homework after school. All parents have to control their time to play video games and do useful things like finish thier homework, read books , play outdoor games or go to the playground.

  • It makes kids VERY lazy!

    Modern gadjets like smartphones and game stations make kids lazy because they play games all day and lazy to do their homework after school. All parents have to control their time to play video games and do useful things like finish thier homework, read books , play outdoor games or go to the playground.

  • It makes kids VERY lazy!

    Modern gadjets like smartphones and game stations make kids lazy because they play games all day and lazy to do their homework after school. All parents have to control their time to play video games and do useful things like finish thier homework, read books , play outdoor games or go to the playground.

  • It makes kids VERY lazy!

    Modern gadjets like smartphones and game stations make kids lazy because they play games all day and lazy to do their homework after school. All parents have to control their time to play video games and do useful things like finish thier homework, read books , play outdoor games or go to the playground.

  • Oh lazy america

    Every invention put out into the world nowadays is just used to distract us from the real problems in the world, or end up creating higher levels of carbon emissions. The earths lungs are dying as we all sit on our phones and tablets, completely unknowing of the problems that actually mean something in the grand scheme of life. My name is Isaac and i am 13 and i think that the rest of my generation needs to realize what's really going on

  • Yes yes yes

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  • Modern invention is a bane , not a boon

    Apart from being lazy physically, we also become lazy mentally as well. This reminds me of something which happened many years ago, a friend of mine Amy who works as a clerk in an advertising company. Before the invention of the calculator, she had to do her accounts using her brains. She could add, subtract, multiply and divide with a pen and a piece of paper. Then one day the boss gave her a brand new calculator. She was of course amazed that she could perform all the calculating by just pressing some keys. One need not have to think to use the calculator. Thus her mental ability started to decline. She did not even realize this until the calculator broke down on one day. To her horror, she discovered she has forgotten how to perform simple mathematical tasks. She could not continue her work until the boss got her another calculator. Is this not mental laziness? It took us years to learn how to count but only weeks with the calculator to forget it all

  • Modern invention is a bane , not a boon

    Apart from being lazy physically, we also become lazy mentally as well. This reminds me of something which happened many years ago, a friend of mine Amy who works as a clerk in an advertising company. Before the invention of the calculator, she had to do her accounts using her brains. She could add, subtract, multiply and divide with a pen and a piece of paper. Then one day the boss gave her a brand new calculator. She was of course amazed that she could perform all the calculating by just pressing some keys. One need not have to think to use the calculator. Thus her mental ability started to decline. She did not even realize this until the calculator broke down on one day. To her horror, she discovered she has forgotten how to perform simple mathematical tasks. She could not continue her work until the boss got her another calculator. Is this not mental laziness? It took us years to learn how to count but only weeks with the calculator to forget it all

  • Modern invention are meant to ease workload and save time.

    We cannot blame modern invention for making us lazy. Let us be realistic....I mean what is the purpose of technology...To ease our load save time and help us do a particular thing accurately...Its just that we have to use them where needed...Addiction is a basic anomaly of humans..And not technology.

  • Laziness is a personal choice

    Discoveries and inventions have a long history. They all provide benefits and have a cost. Fire, the wheel, transportation, communication, entertainment (just to name a few) can all be argued that they make us lazy. The wheel may be the biggest culprit of them all... But I would argue the benefits far out weigh the expense.

  • No its not making us lazy

    YEs, it might be making us lazier but think, what will happen if public transports suddenly disappears in our life, you wouldn't like it right? Most probably you will start to complain about this and that. Of course, not only you will complain, but everyone will start to complain, mostly the ones that takes the public transports daily.

  • Did not really made us lazy

    Example, public transports that are invented enables people to travel miles away comfortably and creates a more healthy life. Well, i have to admit that it does kinda make us lazy in some ways. Like watching the television 7 hours straight not even moved away from the sofa. But, i still think that is halfhalf so i chose no:")

  • It is a pleasure for each human

    Innovating things like mobile phones take a long time in innovating them and also to add more features, but after their innovation communicating to people all over the world has just became easier. So innovation improves the ability to innovate something new so that our mind keeps on thinking. Thankyou

  • No it not

    No no.If we did not have wifi then we won't and can't play anything.Same as phones because we can't talk.Areoplanes we can't visit anywhere.Everyone will be stuck in this world. Including the animals.Also lifts will be needed but won't because modern technology have proved us that it is important.In other words we can't use lifts and we have to walk up the stairs.The end.

  • Modern Technology is NOT making us lazy

    Everyone keeps on complaining that modern technology is making people lazy. People complain and complain, until one day, their own devices and technology gets taken away. And that person instantly decides that modern technology is not making us lazy.
    It just helps us to work more efficiently and not to waste time. E.g. If the government track down a hurricane heading towards them (and to track it down they use technology) they will have to immediately send notes or letters to everyone in that area to evacuate, and not using technology? That would take ages, and it is very likely that it is not going to arrive before the hurricane hits. Without technology, there would be a huge loss population all over the world.

  • Modern invention is a bane , not a boon

    Apart from being lazy physically, we also become lazy mentally as well. This reminds me of something which happened many years ago, a friend of mine Amy who works as a clerk in an advertising company. Before the invention of the calculator, she had to do her accounts using her brains. She could add, subtract, multiply and divide with a pen and a piece of paper. Then one day the boss gave her a brand new calculator. She was of course amazed that she could perform all the calculating by just pressing some keys. One need not have to think to use the calculator. Thus her mental ability started to decline. She did not even realize this until the calculator broke down on one day. To her horror, she discovered she has forgotten how to perform simple mathematical tasks. She could not continue her work until the boss got her another calculator. Is this not mental laziness? It took us years to learn how to count but only weeks with the calculator to forget it all

  • I don't think that technology is a bane

    According to me, modern technology is a boon for mankind as it provides better communication during crisis. Age old methods of communication are not so speedy. People just need to learn how to handle modern inventions properly. Putting all the blame on modern technology is not correct as we can't afford to neglect its benefits and its impact on human life. And if people say that modern technology makes us less communicative then I would like to differ as I personally think that lack of interaction among humans is due their own addiction to technology. If used correctly, technology can indeed prove to be a blessing.

  • I don't think that technology is a bane

    According to me, modern technology is a boon for mankind as it provides better communication during crisis. Age old methods of communication are not so speedy. People just need to learn how to handle modern inventions properly. Putting all the blame on modern technology is not correct as we can't afford to neglect its benefits and its impact on human life. And if people say that modern technology makes us less communicative then I would like to differ as I personally think that lack of interaction among humans is due their own addiction to technology. If used correctly, technology can indeed prove to be a blessing.


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