Do Humans Really Need Electronics?

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Today we use electronics for almost everything whether it is for games, or communication, or for looking up information that is needed. Some people believe that that they could not live without their electronics; like it was another part of their body. While others believe that electronics are not a necessity; that they can live their lives without ever picking up any form of electronics. Either way it has been a long debated topic. It is a debate on whether to get rid of electronics or not to get rid of them. It is not a debate that is being done politically; it is mostly done personally within families, and it probably will be debated for a lot longer.
Some people believe that, yes, we do need electronics. One argument they address is we
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The internet is thought to be superior to even the biggest and best libraries. This superiority is due to the fact that thousands of organizations, companies, and individuals publish information on the internet. With the ease of publishing and the wide variety of publishers there is almost no subject left off the internet. The internet has the ability to deliver mass amounts of information which has drawn more users, because the information can be published instantly and this helped make the internet important in our lifetime. The greatest benefits of the internet is its speed, it has vast resources, and its ability to enable people to directly communicate with others. The internet takes the quickness of the computers and transmits data instantly around the world. Other people believe that we do not need electronics. One of the reasons is video games and the negative effects it has on youth than any other age group. In spite of the value that is easily seen in the area of health care and education, it is overwhelmingly used for fun. Violent video games are very addicting and when youth play them they are practicing aggressive behavior. Showing violent actions in video games youth play may also be more conducive to children’s aggressions. Research has also shown that there is a short-term relationship when comparing video
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