By Daniel Luke
Over the past two to three decades, the rapid growth of modernization across the globe has caused much more value to be put into the educational system and technology. Living side-by-side with this fast-paced society, things became very hectic.
However, if we look beyond the past 20 to 30 years, at a more cultural aspect of life, we see that traditions, customs, and beliefs were held much in reverence, as opposed to the life nowadays. However, the question that always persists whenever we’re moving on toward a new age is this:
Are we ready for such a test and would it be beneficial for society to take this next step?
For example, when the Scientific Revolution began around the 1300s to 1400s, many people were opposed to the idea, but in the end, the world ended up gaining vast amounts of knowledge about their immediate surroundings than they previously thought was possible. Read the full story