My sense of tiredness grows as my fingers move across the screen.
Ishi, “last of the Yahi,” laughed when he saw an airplane and heard a white man flew it. He seemed more impressed with the urban crowds made possible by the settler’s agricultural technologies.
To see the limits of this perspective, remember a world without electricity or imagine a world where everyone is a tool.
But we don’t need “high technology” and fancy machines to do it.
The twin paradox captures the pathos of technology.