Charles Darwin 's Theory Of Survival

946 Words Feb 29th, 2016 4 Pages
“It’s not about how hard you can hit, but rather than how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward because that is how winning is done”. Charles Darwin is one of the most famous scientists because of his advances in this field. His theory of survival of the fittest has been proven true time and time again. Using Darwin’s theory “it’s not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change” one has to understand what their needs are. We as a human race have five basic needs: oxygen, water, food, shelter, and sleep. Nevertheless, the best human species can evolve to their ever-changing environment by understanding how it fits into that environment. As our lives get more and more, easier through the use of technology, we have begun to start evolving. Not genetically, but by the way that we use our surroundings. With the creation of the Internet the way we communicate, read, watch TV, and even parenting is affected. The easier technology makes life, the harder it is to stand out as one of the fittest in our species. Through out time the amount of face-to-face communication has depleted. We hide behind our screen names because we are too afraid to say what we undoubtedly think in person. The Internet has even changed the way that dating is done. What ever happened to going to a bar and meeting people there? The first negative impact that technology has is it has changed the way that people think, for example video games…
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