Disadvantages Of Invisibility Vs Flight

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Humanity has observed the heavens, viewing the feathered birds above them, being contemptuous with their freedom of being winged creatures with the ability of flight. According to Orville Wright, ““The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who... looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space... on the infinite highway of the air.” something that has been ingrained in the minds of mankind. To possess flight, is to possess the ability to resist the pull of a planet’s gravity and navigate through the sky, which many would disregard for invisibility, to been unseen to the naked eye. A chord is struck in the minds of individuals, who encounter this question, “Which is better: invisibility or flight?”, their mental abilities are profusely challenged, considering the benefits of gaining this superpower, while appraising its shortcomings as well. With the knowledge of both these superpowers, I stand against invisibility, due to the practical advantages of possessing flight, as it is expedient when compared with invisibility, devises little or no moral quandary and lastly, you can become a prominent aspect of society, as oppose to a pariah. Ultimately, one can either be a hero, an extrovert fighting for justice and peace, or a villain, an introvert who is isolated from society.
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In fact, “invisibility is only good in two cases: It’s useful in getting away; it’s useful in approaching…… therefore, useful in killing”, as stated from The Invisible Man (H. G. George. 1897), invisibility, is only useful for immoral acts. Therefore, why wait and sneak on a plane with invisibility, when you can basically take off to anywhere your hearts’ desire? Logically and rationally, flight is truly the better
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