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When the information is as far away as a click of a button, no one would oblige to use it before other methods. The technology and new resources that we have in modern society over-rules the popularity of books because of the simple reason that technology is so convenient now-a-days. In present times, children are now being separated from traditional learning methods. For instance, calculators are beginning to replace working for mathematics, and spell check on computers replacing the need to proof read. Today instead of learning how to do things in our minds we are taught how to put the problem into some type of machine for it to produce an answer instead. As a diverse nation our society attempts to please everyone regardless of their background. Like today's commercials trying to show that a certain product is not only for one minority, "You must understand that our civilization is so vast that we can't have our minorities upset and stirred" (59). We can’t risk discouraging, or worse infuriating a minority in order to please the next. As far as decisions are made, in our present time era we have the tendency to be blind sheep when it comes to opinions. The majority of television viewers are influenced by the opinions of the media or other current affair programs. It can affect or change our beliefs towards a subject. In the book ray quotes Mildred saying, “The televisor is `real'...It tells you what to think and blasts it in. It must be right. It seems so right. It rushes you on so quickly to its own conclusions your mind hasn't time to protest’ (Bradbury, 84).
With the simplification of books weather it be permanently in regards of its existence no longer viable or in regards of books being gone for good; the reader comes to the conclusion that Bradbury is speaking to the reader in between the lines in Fahrenheit 451. He is stating that if we don't question our surroundings than we will fall into the belief that society is correct. Society shouldn't change us because of the mere fact that the hands of society aren't any cleaner than ours.