12 Absurd Images Depicting Modern Evolution
It’s amazing how technology has radically changed how humans behave in a course of a few years. Technology has evolved modern man’s way of interacting with people, making friends, doing schoolwork and even finding a job. Everything can be done in a single click of a button — or in some cases, through voice activation!
Because of modern technology, life has gotten faster and easier — but has it gotten better? Are people of the millennial generation happier? We’ll leave that to your judgement. Here are 12 Images that depict how life has evolved in our current generation. Enjoy.
Basic Human Needs
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs should be updated to meet the basic needs of the 21st century man.
As the TV screen size gets smaller, the waistline gets bigger…
Dubai, The Wonder City
One of the most radical changes of landscape is the city of Dubai. In 1990’s, it was a desert town — no one knew what ‘Dubai’ was. Now, it is a thriving giant, boasting a breathtaking cityscape unmatched by no other city in the world.
Dance: Sex With Clothes
It’s funny how dance evolved to less and less sense of private space through the decades, and how dance nowadays looks almost just like sex with clothes!
In 2005, the papal inauguration of Pope Benedict shows thousands of solemn witnesses in St. Peter’s Square with almost no camera or phone in sight.
Eight years later, thousands of Roman Catholic witnessed Pope Francis assuming the papal throne, whilst wielding their trusted smartphones to document the historical event.
Even our lyrics have become more ‘minimalistic’ nowadays.
Back in the fifties, young men knew how to dress decently. Now, they can’t even find jeans that properly fit…
Evolution of Phones
The phones get smaller and thinner…
Kids These Days
It takes a lot more to entertain kids these days…
Barbie Evolved, Too
Barbie dolls showe our changing perceptions of beauty, in a decade
Rock Concert Fans
Nowadays, rock bands perform for the cameras and smartphones — not to real rock enthusiasts.
Meanwhile, in Russia…
Let’s just say Russians are more ‘traditional’…