Analysis Of Michael Moss 's Extraordinary Science Of Junk Food, An Elephant Crackup?

1484 Words Oct 27th, 2016 6 Pages
Zainab Jafri
Mr. Ballinger
27 October, 2016
Technologically Dependent Society
Michael Moss’s The Extraordinary Science of Junk Food, An Elephant Crackup? by Charles Siebert, and Cathy Davidson’s Project Classroom Makeover all report that as society is progressing in a more innovative direction, we are using technology and advanced research to better our way of living. The Millennial generation is slowly becoming aware of how toxic processed foods truly are, therefore advancement in technology and medicine might make society healthier. As we are applying research to understand the congruence between animals and humans, the future might provide a collaborative environment where humans and animals will learn how to positively live off of each other. Since technology is rapidly improving, we will most likely see an increase in the use of “crowdsourcing” by the government to improve democracy through a more intimate level. Technological advancement and research will lead to competition between markets, creating a wide variety of job opportunities for the Millennial generation to apply their developed knowledge. It is likely that the advanced research and technology in the near future will provide us with the opportunity to create nutritional foods that are organic rather than chemically made. Today, medical research has made it “possible for doctors… to report on health problems… they [are] observing” (Davidson 52). Through this research, society is aware that…

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