1. In the fort of Golconda, if a person speaks or even whispers it is heard near the king’s court. The same is with the fort of Daulatabad. While if a person speaks in the Gool-Ghumat area of the Bijapur Fort, it is heard crystal clearly to a person standing in 180 degrees with respect to the speaker about 30 metres away. All these examples prove that the intelligence of the people in the ages before computers was way too great. Many scientists have tried to make places like these but had given up trying inspite of all the so called modern technology and computers. This proves the intelligence of the people in the times before the invention of computers.
2. If you carefully observe most of the scientists are of the 18th, 19th or the beginning of the 20th century. Do you know why it is so? Because these were the ages before the invention of the computer. In these ages, the people had to think to solve the problems. They were using their brains. But same is not the condition of the people of the 21st century. They only depend on the computer.
3. Computer returns to us what information we have given to it. It cannot think on its own. So if people depend on the computers, they will not use their brains and if the information stored in the computer is wrong, it will return us the totally wrong info.
4. It has been proven that if a person does not use a part of his body, in the future generations the activity of that organ begins to dwindle and further in evolution the organ is lost. For instance, man had a much more prominent appendix than he has today. In the earlier ages, he required this organ for digesting cellulose. But since today he does not include raw meat or any other cellulose rich food, he has lost the appendix in his evolution. So if people depend on computers, they will not use their brains and thus a few years later man may have very small brain. And wouldn’t that make life next to impossible?
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