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Teens’ brains, technology amid the pandemic

In reality they seldom attack a human.” This was the phrase texted in 18.19 seconds by Marcel Fernandes, a 16-year-old physics student at a university …

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  1. As I read this report, and the Doctor’s concept of his data, I remembered something every young person should know. When you do what you love to do, you will never work a day in your life. On that note, how many careers will be available for eye/finger coordination champions within the next 30-years? Will they build transportation? Will they build roads, farms, eye-glasses? Will they learn ion-assisted deposition, how to read a residual gas analyzer, or discern the results of the spectrograph return of a distant star? Maybe this will be the impetus for the approaching android manufacturing & A.I. systems which will replace talented human overlords, as there may not be lords. If these children, instead of texting, learn CNC, PIC, LADDER LOGIC, QBASIC, C++, or better yet, how to read assembly, then the world will open it’s vaults to them. Unfortunately, those children, today, have parents that did exactly what these kids are doing, today. They played with the early devices of the 80’s. Now/today… guidance has lost.

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