Comparing Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 And Wall-E

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With new headway with technology innovation, individuals do not understand how a great deal less educated society is becoming. The main reason is the time people spend with their electronics Instead of with other people. Technology is transforming us into dumber creators instead of being contributing to progression. The novel, Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury and the film, Wall-E, directed by Andrew Stanton indicate the amount of innovation that deprive people of learning they require. However, the novel depicts a future generation where people burn books rather than read them. However, a man named Guy Montag questions the actions later on the novel. The film reveals how the Earth is too overfilled for any life to exist there, so the humans made differents ships to hold out the human race until the earth is suitable to live. With in the ships everyone forgets…show more content…
But the only “problem is that instead of using the web to learn about the world, young people instead mostly use it to gossip and pop culture”(The dumbest generation by Lee Drutman). This is very true this days because on the amount of time young people use this generation on their electronics is becoming more and more longer. As the quote says young people don't really use technology to benefit them on learning new real things like history. Talking about Hilarie Cash on technology Article by Elizabeth Cohen says that she “feeds down to the computer, as if a magnet pulling her in”(Is life online give you popcorn brain by Elizabeth Cohen). At this point Hilarie and many others are just like her, they get sucked in to the internet being on their social media or watching video. Like others in this society we are losing so much time being on the Internet rather than read a book or even learn things that we really need. As a society we are not embracing our selves to becoming better as a society in our

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