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Is T.V. good for humanity?
There are both positives and negatives regarding T.V, however, I'd like to know if you think we will become a spacefaring, peaceful and technologically advanced race as long as we continue to watch T.V. What do you think?
Well, not sure how T.V. would effect our future space-faring and all but its a fact that after about 15 minutes of watching the flicker rate puts a person into a sub-trance they may not even be aware of; that's one reason why so many fall asleep on the couch. No new neuronal brain pathways are created either as the T.V. images do all the imagining for the brain. Reading on the other hand creates new pathways and helps keep the brain vibrant and may protect against diseases like Alzheimer's and dementia. Good question Rich.
well, I've known individuals who were literally addicted to watching t.v.-- and that's definitely not good.
however, my t.v. habits have been a matter of relaxation and entertainment usually after a long work day, or as a break. so it's good, as far as that goes.
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