Thursday, 23 October 2008


Society is hurtling towards a more technological advanced era, everyday there are discoveries made in all areas of science but as we look towards the future, there are still plenty of people looking back in the past and are worried about what might be lost.
So countries and governments across the world are spending billions in scanning and updating all our historic books, literature, artifacts and documents. These are then placed onto a hard drives and can be viewed through a computer or over the internet.
The risk here is that hard drives can be corrupted and lost so we lose all that information forever.
What should happen is, books should be imbedded with a seed, so if the book is damaged you can plant it and watch the book re-grow, so the information inside that is precious to mankind is never lost, which leads to less ignorance as this information continues to grow and flourish throughout mankind.

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