Mankind has made huge leaps over the last century. 70 years ago from today If you told someone that flying from one place of the world to another would be a norm, people would say your crazy. Technology has changed the world for the better. You can send money instantly from one place of the world to the other, view live events from the other side of the world in the comfort of your own home, thanks to the inventor of Televisions.
The achievement of mankind over the last century is endless. Just think about all the things that we have now and imagine if you told someone 100 years before today, think about what his reaction would be…Yup!! the majority of the times he’ll think your crazy Maxisys Elite.
This wouldn’t happen now though. If I was to tell you that 100 years from today Humans are able to live on Mars and they have developed cities and countries in Mars. What would the reaction be? The reaction would probably be, well 100 years is along time and the way technology has developed, its believable. Allow it to digest for a while and yes if Humans are still going strong the way we are now then why not. Its possible.
Over the last 20 years we have witnessed phenomenal enhancements and improvements in many pre invented items, products and technology. Like the way cars used to be 20 years ago compared to what they are now, heck we even have electric cars and solar powered cars. The way the internet has become a global gathering and communication tool and all of the technology we benefit from on a daily bases. Its so fast that we cant keep up with it.
Lets take a look at LCD TV’s for a moment. They are made to be environmentally friendly. LCD TVs consume less energy then plasma’s and CRT TV’s. They are light weight, wall mountable and the picture quality is crystal clear. They can come with built in hard drives which can record 2 channels at once like the JVC LT32DE9 can. LCD’s come with various methods of connecting different devices to them like HDMI connectors, video in, phone outlets and many more. The technology we have in front of us today is all down to the great inventors and is made for all mankind’s benefit.