I hear this term used often..."The world is SO complicated", and I believe this is very true. From the known to unknown everything makes life interesting. But, just because it's complicated, doesn't mean you can't and won't do something. I see that today's complicated is not yesterday's problem. Technology has brought us here. It is the manual for this complicated world. Just thinking back when I was in middle school back in 1998-99 when doing research for any project for school, you needed an encyclopedia, and who really bought all of them? Next year their expired. (lol)
Fortunately I was blessed by my parents and they bought me a PC, and with that we had AOL which was the best and worst Internet experience ever. Now before 2000-2001 the Internet was only good for hacking, porno, email, and dancing babies. So that helped my project papers stick together but with no facts. Back to the old encyclopedia which takes forever to find what you want. And it's very limited, even tho some have entire volume dedicated to just one letter. But that was only few years ago, all that simple complications were fixed simply by the Internet. Now we have less hacking, HD porn, gmail and Justin Beiber. Not only at home, but in the palm of your hands. If you were to go back in time and hand me an iPhone with today's Internet I would think your an alien. But today we almost take it for granite, till you loose your cell phone and you loose your life. Goes to show you the shift of knowledge is power to technology is knowledge. And he who controls that, controls information. Think about it, all the conventions that come into town and show you technology that helps you live an easier and more convenient life. The catch is, it's always years away from the public. Aluminum? NASA has been wiping their ass with it for decades. Fire retardant suites? The retards at NASA gave it to the retards at NASCar. Really makes you think what else is possible yet not available to you. Thus making things complicated yet again till next years technology, today.